UK shellfish hauliers have warned they stand to go out of business due to spiralling costs and a deluge of paperwork now that the country has left the EU. Mark Moore, purchaser at the Dartmouth Crab Company, which runs 12 HGVs out of the West of England traffic area, said Brexit had made his industry unsustainable. He said: “We are deluged with paperwork; it’s at ridiculous levels. “The costs involved have made the industry unviable. Also, border controls are deliberately […]
The government is considering a trial of 25-metre double artics on Britain’s roads as part of a wider multi-modal transport strategy.
Trade associations and the UK government have given a qualified welcome to the publication of the EC’s no-deal contingency plan for transport, which appears to address some of the access concerns for international haulage.
AM Widdowson’s unsecured creditors have been left almost £13m out of pocket after the pre-pack sale of the haulier in July.