The National Farmers’ Union (NFU) has warned imports and exports of live animals will be disrupted after 1 July following news that Portsmouth International Port has scrapped plans to build a live animal border control post (BCP). Owners Portsmouth City Council said the government had provided insufficient funding for the £7m project which had been intended to support vets in the import of livestock for breeding. Live animal BCPs will be set up at other ports, the government explained, with […]
A West Yorkshire haulier has introduced new livery on its trailers to promote the government’s ‘stay at home’ message.
The Pallet Network (TPN) is seeing volumes to the Republic of Ireland (ROI) returning to near normal levels post-Brexit, as customers become accustomed to the new regulations with the help of TPN’s customs-integrated IT services.
UK hauliers and commercial drivers who operate in the EU will need a number of new documents if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.