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The Freight Transport Association has reacted with frustration to the lack of progress in Brexit negotiations, advising logistics companies to prepare for the worst case scenario.
A state-of-the-art technology suite that includes two training simulators has been opened at the Port of Tilbury to help support the veteran community with training in the logistics sector.
Road freight activity in the UK has declined by 26% over the last 10 years, according to the latest government statistics.
Leeds City Council’s plans to charge non-Euro VI trucks £50 per day to enter its Clean Air Zone will drive hauliers out of business, the RHA has warned.
Hauliers are becoming increasingly frustrated at unlocking funding from the Government’s Apprenticeship Levy, which is “fast becoming a tax” delegates at the Road Haulage Association’s Autumn Conference in Birmingham have been told.