Tuesday 18th Jun 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Disorderly Brexit could cost £6.7bn a year

A disorderly Brexit could cut growth generated by manual workers in logistics from £9.8 billion by 2024 to £3.1 billion, according to research by Quinyx in collaboration with Development Economics and Censuswide.

RHA cautious on EU access plan

The Road Haulage Association, has given a cautious welcome to EU proposals to give UK hauliers temporary access to European market without ECMT permits in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Top priorities for hauliers post-Brexit

EU contingency approval a relief for hauliers

A provisional agreement between the European Parliament and Member States to allow UK hauliers market access without ECMT permits for certain transport operations in the event of a No Deal Brexit has been welcomed by the FTA, but it warned the decision still needs to be approved and still leaves much to consider.

Eurotunnel and TLF Overseas in post-Brexit partnership

Eurotunnel and the Union of Transport and Logistics Enterprises of France – Overseas Activities have signed a deal to support the 1.7 million trucks containing 22 million tonnes of freight travelling between the United Kingdom and continental Europe through the Channel Tunnel per year post-Brexit.

Time to register for EORI number, says HMRC

HM Revenue and Customs has warned companies that they need to register for an Economic Operator and Registration Identification (EORI) number, to ensure they are ready for a no-deal Brexit.

FTA talks Brexit at IntraLogisteX

Getting operations ready for Brexit, a critical issue for logisticians, came under scrutiny from John Lucy, Freight Transport Association international transport & trade procedures manager, at the IntraLogisteX exhibition.

Driving in Europe set to change

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency has put out a reminder that driving in Europe will change from 28th March.

Top priorities for hauliers post-Brexit

HMRC to suspend launch of Entry Summary Declarations

HMRC is to suspend the introduction of Entry Summary Declarations on EU imports for six months, saying it would give companies more time to prepare for changes to EU trade arrangements should the UK leave without a deal.