Logistics UK is calling for the government and the EU to agree three key changes to speed up the movement of goods between Northern Ireland and the UK. The call was made last week at a government roundtable attended by Logistics UK’s Northern Ireland policy manager Seamus Leheny and chaired by cabinet secretary Michael Gove MP and European Commission vice president Maroš Šefčovič. Leheny said: “Logistics UK laid out three key asks. Firstly, we want to see the development of […]
Logistics UK has reacted with optimism to the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) reached today (24 December) between the UK and EU but has cautioned that there is still much to be done to protect the nation’s supply chains, and the economy as a whole.
Kent police said border checks were returning to normal after an operation at Dover port prompted the implementation of Operation Stack and six-hour queues.
A disorderly Brexit could see the UK logistics sector suffer losses of £6.7bn a year by 2024, according to a report published today (6 March).