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“Lottery” permit allocation falls short of what is needed, says RHA

“Lottery” permit allocation falls short of what is needed, says RHA

The Government has announced the allocation of international road haulage permits which will allow some UK truckers to work in the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Simplified customs checks biased and discriminatory, forwarders claim

Simplified customs checks biased and discriminatory, forwarders claim

The Government’s recent announcement about simplified customs checks are biased in favour of new applicants and discriminate against existing expertise, freight forwarders have claimed.

No-deal Brexit: EU hauliers allowed to operate in the UK

No-deal Brexit: EU hauliers allowed to operate in the UK

Hauliers from the EU will be allowed to operate in the UK for at least nine months in the event of a no-deal Brexit under new legislation laid before Parliament this week.

Chair of Road Freight and Logistics APPG to speak at Microlise

Sir Mike Penning MP, new Chair of Road Freight and Logistics APPG, to speak at Microlise

Sir Mike Penning MP has been confirmed as one the key speakers at the Microlise Transport Conference in May.

Simplified importing procedures not enough, say hauliers

Simplified importing procedures not enough, say hauliers

The Government’s announcement about simplified customs checks is not enough to prepare businesses for a no-deal Brexit, hauliers have claimed