UK international hauliers and their customers could face a two-tier UK customs system, post-Brexit, which will prioritise larger importers, leaving smaller importers and their logistics partners facing slower customs clearance and higher prices. The warning comes from Sam Tyagi, founder and chief executive of customs clearance platform KlearNow. It follows a survey commissioned by the company which found that 45% of logistics workers believe the UK’s customs infrastructure will struggle with the increased import and export paperwork. Tyagi said: “It’s […]
Overnight work on the M20 in Kent to install a temporary steel barrier that keeps traffic flowing in the event of disruption after Brexit starts this weekend.
Industry leaders have called for logisitcs to be given dispensation after Brexit due to its reliance on EU workers. MT examines the issue.
Hauliers are racing to grab a share of the permits that will allow them to continue to operate in Europe in the event of a no-deal Brexit outcome.