Baxter Freight has partnered up with customs specialists Gerlach to provide customers with advice and support for when the transition period ends on 1 January. The company said the agreement should enable a smooth process for customers whose shipments will be subject to additional checks and documentation – regardless of whether a trade deal is hammered out or not. Baxter Freight said Gerlach will provide customs clearance services at all suitable locations including borders. Peter Isler, Baxter Freight MD, said: […]
The RHA is demanding clarity on how hauliers will be expected to run their businesses from January next year when full border customs checks from the EU are imposed.
While prime minister Boris Johnson dismisses custom delays between Britain and Ireland as “teething problems”, hauliers are telling a very different story.
The DfT has been lambasted by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) for failing to ensure sufficient cross-channel freight capacity in the event of a no-deal Brexit.