Tuesday 25th Feb 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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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.

RHA pushes ahead with £5bn price fixing claim

The Road Haulage Association has taken the next step in its £5 billion claim for compensation from a group of commercial vehicle manufacturers with submission of its application to the Competition Appeal Tribunal.

Top priorities for hauliers post-Brexit

Brexit: “This is a worrying time,” says RHA

Road Haulage Association chief executive Richard Burnett has described the 194 working days left until the UK formally leaves the EU as a “worrying time,” arguing that for “the thousands of UK hauliers facing a nail-biting time, indecision and placatory words are not good enough.”

Rising toll charges baffle RHA

Birmingham M6 toll road operators Midlands Expressway are to increase road charges by 20p-50p per HGV dependent on the journey made and the Road Haulage association is baffled by this.

Work with us – not against us, says RHA

The Government needs to “work with us – not penalise the lorry industry” if it wants clean air, argued Road Haulage Association chief executive Richard Burnett. He called for a scheme that works rather than having a collection of towns and cities with multiple standards and rules on for different lorries delivering to them. This […]