A new study has revealed that the vast majority of hauliers – 96% – are not ready for the end of the Brexit transition period and require clarity on border legislation. Confusion around the transition is apparent in the results, which showed that 66% of respondents are not prepared to present safety and security declarations at customs – because they assumed these documents are the responsibility of the exporter or importer rather than the haulier or courier. The survey of […]
International hauliers are breathing a sigh of relief after the government was forced to delay the introduction of border checks on imports until October.
FTA Ireland is warning UK shippers and hauliers to ensure any goods sent to the Republic of Ireland are accompanied by the correct declarations paperwork or face potential delays on arrival at Dublin and other Irish ports.
The Cabinet Office has been reprimanded by the UK Statistics Authority for using unpublished and unverifiable data to refute RHA’s claims last month that export volumes plummeted by 68% in January, after the UK’s exit from the European Single Market.