Brexit News / 'A handful of customs clerks is not enough to prevent post-Brexit traffic chaos'
The UK government has “seriously underestimated” the operability of post-Brexit customs, with the long-term effects ...
Comment / Money to be made as Brexit creates the 'world’s most effective border"
The Brexit market is picking up, and there’s money to be made from what is ...
News / Whitehall unveils Brexit border operating model – but the tech may prove tricky
The UK logistics industry has welcomed more clarity in the government’s new border operating model, ...
News / Whitehall's new customs agent academy? 'It's all smoke and mirrors'
The freight industry has raised serious doubts over the announcement last month by UK minister ...
News / No-deal Brexit 'simplified customs' plan 'won't help forwarders or hauliers'
Hauliers and forwarders believe that in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the UK government’s simplified ...
News / Logistics industry urges UK to prevent disorderly Brexit but vows to 'clear up the mess'
The logistics industry has called on the UK government to ensure continued free trade and no “disorderly” ...
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- 2.ONE Apus and Maersk Eindhoven may be back on course this month
- 3.Singapore port congestion pushing up waiting time, cargo rollovers and rates
- 4.Shipper and haulier anger at Liverpool as UK port congestion spreads north
- 5.No sympathy for carriers from shippers who must foot the bill for bunker hikes
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