Almost three quarters of UK international hauliers believe they will be negatively impacted by customs changes following the UK’s exit from the EU this month wih just 13% believing the impact will be positive. According to a survey by Haulage Exchange, 71% of 32 international operators said the UK’s departure from the EU will not be good for their businesses. The survey, carried out on behalf of Transport Exchange Group, also revealed that 66% expect to spend more time dealing […]
Hauliers driving around Felixstowe Port are to receive enhanced training aids after an “incorrectly parked” truck was crushed by a container in April, trapping the driver inside.
An IT system that allows freight on HGVs to be “pre-declared” before being exported when the country splits from Europe has yet to be built, raising concerns of snarl-ups at the border.
Tructyre said its new ‘customer experience centre’ in Gateshead has created 100 jobs and provided a Covid-secure environment within which staff can work.