Friday 19th Oct 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Brexit briefing

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

Next set out risks of Brexit to its business

Fashion retailer Next could pay an extra £20 million in duty after the UK leaves the European Union, the company has calculated. However, it says that the biggest risk to its business is from delays at the ports.

Lack of Brexit negotiations progress is concerning, says FTA

The Freight Transport Association is concerned by the lack of progress in Brexit negotiations and the threat of a no deal, so it is urging UK and EU-27 leaders to prioritise urgent and co-ordinated mitigation measures for industries that will struggle to function without agreements, like air freight and international haulage.

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.

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.