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Longer semi-trailers work, DfT report suggests

Longer semi-trailers work, DfT report suggests

A report released by the Department for Transport shows that longer semi-trailers continue to make a significant contribution towards reducing HGV miles, with subsequent environmental benefits, and have a better safety record than standard HGVs.

UKWA launches free to use warehouse space brokerage portal

The United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) has announced the launch of MarketSpace – a new web-based portal that brings companies with warehouse space to fill together with those seeking storage and logistics services.

Consultations close on Tilbury 2 project; planning application expected in the Autumn

London’s Port of Tilbury has completed the statutory consultation process for its plans to build a £100 million new port terminal.

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.