Logistics UK said it was “cautiously optimistic” that the government’s solution to checks on food consignments moving from Great Britain to Northern Ireland will help prevent delays. After lobbying from the logistics sector to ease the administrative burden after Brexit, the government has now proposed a solution on goods using groupage, which the trade association expects will reduce the number of vehicles needed to be inspected on arrival in NI. Earlier this week, Logistics UK chief executive David Wells met […]
Clipper Logistics saw “unprecedented levels of activity” in its operations in the UK and continental Europe over the Black Friday and Christmas periods.
Minister for the cabinet office Michael Gove has agreed to a roundtable discussion between industry representatives and members of the cabinet office to discuss post-Brexit transition plans for hauliers.
Jesse Norman remains minister for road freight at the DfT, as the line up of ministers and their responsibilities was finalised after Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle.