Wednesday 16th Oct 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

Viewing all articles tagged with RHA

Rethink clear air zones, says RHA

The Road Haulage Association says that the government needs to rethink its approach on improving air quality as it is failing to deliver on its own policies.

ULEZ punishes haulage industry, says RHA

The Mayor of London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone is punishing the road haulage industry, according to the Road Haulage Association following the introduction of the scheme on Monday.

Top priorities for hauliers post-Brexit

DfT Brexit plans ‘rushed and risky’, say MPs

MPs have accused the Department for Transport of failing to make timely preparations to procure extra freight capacity in the face of continuing uncertainty over the final outcome of the Brexit negotiations.

7,800 hauliers claim compensation for truck price fixing

More than 7,800 truck operators have signed up or registered to the Road Haulage Association’s claim for compensation from a group of commercial vehicle manufacturers who were found to be operating a price fixing cartel.

We need more than simplified customs procedures, says RHA

The Government has announced that simplified customs checks will be employed in the event of a no-deal Brexit allowing trucks to drive straight off ferries and Channel trains but the RHA does not think this is enough to prepare businesses.

RHA welcomes EU post-Brexit support

The European Commission has proposed a “bare bones” arrangement which would allow UK hauliers to carry goods into the EU from 29 March to 31 December.

RHA challenges Port of Calais president

The Road Haulage Association has called out Port of Calais president Jean-Marc Puissesseau after he made claims that Port of Calais will not be carrying out any more vehicle checks than are already being carried out, apart from those for food, livestock and migrants, post-Brexit.

No-deal Brexit preparations are ‘dire’

Government plans for a no-deal Brexit are “dire”, the Road Haulage Association warned as prime minister Theresa May decided to abandon plans to allow MPs to vote on her deal today (11th December).

ECMT permits: two weeks to apply

The Department for Transport has reminded hauliers that they have until Friday 21st December to apply for ECMT permits, which might be needed if the UK leaves the European Union without a formal deal next year.