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 […]
The Unite union has accused DFDS of using Covid-19 as an excuse to make dozens of redundancies in its Immingham workforce and reduce overtime rates, potentially affecting freight routes.
Almtone-owned Canute Group will cease trading ahead of Christmas with the loss of 600-plus jobs, after attempts to revive the business in May via a controversial pre-pack sale failed.
Trucking capacity on European roads remained at a low level in July according to industry analysts, resulting in a significant increase in spot market rates.