Wednesday 16th Oct 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Keep borders free flowing, RHA tells Johnson

The Road Haulage Association has called on Boris Johnson, who has just become prime minister, to ensure that borders between the UK and EU remain free flowing after Brexit.

BIFA warning on Brexit planning

The British International Freight Association has criticised the government for failing to get companies to register for a new online system design to protect value added tax revenues on foreign parcels in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

No-deal Brexit ‘catastrophic’ for NI logistics

A no-deal exit from the European Union could have a catastrophic effect on Northern Ireland’s business community, and the logistics industry in particular, the Freight Transport Association has warned in its response to a study by the Northern Ireland Civil Service.

Emergency Brexit medicine plan

The government is looking to hire an express distribution service for the movement of medicines and medical products between the continent and the UK ahead of Brexit.

Top priorities for hauliers post-Brexit

Borders must stay open, says Dover chief

Port of Dover chief executive Doug Bannister has called on the government to ensure that all borders remain open to ensure that time sensitive essentials continue to flow post-Brexit.