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Severn tolls to be abolished at the end of 2018

Severn tolls to be abolished at the end of 2018

FTA hails victory as government announces tolls on the Severn Crossings to be abolished at the end of 2018.

Brexit: New Customs system not fit for purpose, says FTA

Brexit: New Customs system not fit for purpose, says FTA

FTA has “grave doubts” that CDS will be able to cope with the anticipated 255 million extra Customs declarations to be made at British ports each year when the UK leaves the EU.

Price freeze for HGVs on M6 Toll road

Price freeze for HGVs on M6 Toll road

Goods vehicles will be exempt from new price increases on the M6 Toll announced by the road’s operator Midland Expressway Ltd (MEL) today.

Government launches transport investment plan

Government launches transport investment plan

New strategy sets out how local roads will benefit from a multi-billion pound fund and the proposed creation of a major road network.

Skills and training issues tackled at Talent in Logistics 2017

Skills and training issues tackled at Talent in Logistics 2017

Professionals from across the logistics industry gathered in Telford recently for the Talent in Logistics Conference to discuss the skills and training challenges facing the industry.