Brittany Ferries has urged firms to send unaccompanied trailers via ports on the western channel designed to receive driverless loads, as demand rises. The ferry company said the need for drivers to provide negative Covid tests had driven the trend for unaccompanied loads travelling from the continent to UK ports such as Portsmouth and Poole. Ferry firms have reported reduced freight volumes in January as a consequence of Brexit concerns and stockpiling. However, Brittany Ferries said the proportion of unaccompanied […]
The French government has confirmed plans to introduce a revised tolling scheme for heavy goods vehicles from the beginning of next year.
Royal Mail retains 10,000 flexible workers amid record volumes but admits to service issues caused by pandemic
Royal Mail said it had experienced the busiest ever three months in its history at the end of 2020, delivering 496m parcels.
Courier firm Speedy Freight said leading national brands are still facing “massive challenges” in moving products six months on from the UK’s departure from the EU.