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Hauliers “astonished” at David Davis Brexit claims

Hauliers “astonished” at David Davis Brexit claims

The RHA has rubbished claims made today by former Brexit secretary David Davis that there won’t be border delays at Dover–Calais, even if there’s a no-deal Brexit

Businesses would welcome the Government’s pledge to spend £30bn on English road

£30bn road improvement programme should be part of Brexit preparations

Businesses would welcome the Government’s pledge to spend £30bn on English road improvements and should see the announcement as a key part of its Brexit preparations, a leading logistics expert is proposing.

Fleet managers struggling to keep pace with technological change

Fleet managers struggling to keep pace with technological change

More than third of commercial fleet managers are finding it hard to keep pace with a rapidly changing industry, a new report suggests.

Mixed messages for rail freight as regulator approves £23.4bn CP6 spending plans

Mixed messages for rail freight as regulator approves £23.4bn CP6 spending plans

The Office of Rail and Road has approved plans to spend £24.3bn on maintaining and renewing the existing railway over the next five years from 1 April 2019, known as Control Period 6 (CP6).

Modest growth continues in global air freight markets

Modest growth continues in global air freight markets

Modest growth continues in global air freight but key demand drivers have weakened the market, says the International Air Transport Association (IATA).