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. One week after the end of the Brexit transition period, Aidan Flynn, the association’s general manager, is cautioning British businesses that failure to comply with new procedures will put the Irish supply chain at risk. He said: “We are all facing new trading […]
An online sale of assets belonging to an Oldham-based logistics firm that entered administration in June has raised around £45,000 – but creditors are still unlikely to be paid.
City Link’s administrator has revised up the amount it believes non-preferential creditors are owed by the collapsed parcel carrier. However, it said it is still waiting to hear from creditors that are owed a total of £12.8m that have not submitted a claim.
Frank Zapper once commented that the world might not end in fire or ice, but in paperwork. For much of the international logistics sector, January felt exactly like slow death by paperwork, with customs clearances piling up in their software systems, and the freight piling up in the warehouses.