Sunday 23rd Sep 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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We need a Brexit deal, warns FTA

The Freight Transport Association has called on the government to press for a Brexit deal – after seeing the latest documents on what a no-deal Brexit would mean for freight transport.

Brexit briefing

Latest information on the Brexit process and target dates for the next steps…

Top priorities for hauliers post-Brexit

UKWA supports no-deal Brexit Government guidance

United Kingdom Warehousing Association supports Government’s guidance for British businesses on trading with the EU in the event that a Brexit deal cannot be reached as it mirrors its own message to members that it is best to prepare for a no-deal.

More red tape for hauliers

International hauliers face more customs red tape in the no-deal Brexit plans announced by the government, the Road Haulage Association has warned.

No-deal Brexit will turn Kent into UK’s biggest lorry park

A no-deal Brexit would be a disaster for Europe’s supply chains and turn the garden of England into the UK’s biggest lorry park, the Road Haulage Association has warned in response to the government’s first batch of no-deal papers.

Food inspection regime must change after Brexit

The UK Warehousing Association has called for change in food inspection procedures to allow foodstuffs entering the country to be inspected at inland premises to ease the flow of goods into the UK post-Brexit.

FTA calls for clarity on EU worker status

The Freight Transport Association has called on the government to clarify the working position for European employees after the UK leaves the European Union, to provide some stability for a sector already facing significant skills gaps across key roles.

Brexit drives supply chain risk fears

Fears over Brexit appear to be increasing businesses’ perception of the risks in their supply chain, despite evidence suggesting many have taken steps to ready themselves for a post-Brexit environment, according to the Q2 2018 Global Supply Chain Risk Report by Cranfield School of Management and Dun & Bradstreet.

HMRC launches new customs system

HMRC has implemented the first software release for its new Customs Declaration Service (CDS) which it says will deliver a modern system for importers and exporters who have to complete customs declarations when trading outside the EU.