Monday 29th May 2017 - Logistics Manager

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Brexit border controls could cost £5bn

Brexit could cost the UK an additional £5 billion a year should frontier declarations be required for shipments to and from Europe, UKWA chief Peter Ward has warned.

Bank holiday traffic queues could become the norm

Bank Holiday-style traffic queues could become an everyday occurrence around Britain’s ports and airports after Brexit unless the government prioritises the needs of freight and logistics in the negotiations, the Freight Transport Association has warned.


Airline group calls for rethink on Heathrow runway length

Plans to build a third runway at Heathrow could be derailed by the cost and complexity of bridging the M25, the International Airlines Group has warned. And it called for a shorter runway that would not cross the motorway.

RHA warns of attacks on hauliers at Calais

The Road Haulage Association says it is receiving reports from hauliers experiencing attacks by migrants as they approach the last leg of their journey home.