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Logistics group voices support for May’s Brexit deal

Leading logistics group voices support for PM’s Brexit deal

The United Kingdom Warehousing Association has called on it members to back Theresa May’s Brexit deal.

Zero emissions achievable by 2050, says FTA

Zero emissions achievable by 2050, says FTA

The UK's logistics industry has a key role to play in delivering a cleaner, safer environment for all, including achieving zero emissions by 2050, says FTA

Draft Brexit agreement: Freight industry reaction

Draft Brexit agreement: Freight industry reaction

Business groups from the freight and logistics sectoor have reacted positively and acknowledged the progress being made by the Government in its draft Brexit agreement.

EU's no-deal contingency plans a “recipe for disaster”

EU's no-deal contingency plans a “recipe for disaster”

The EU’s latest contingency plans would be a recipe for disaster, for the supply chain and the UK economy, the Freight Transport Association is warning.

Port of Ramsgate expansion plans “far too little, far too late”, say hauliers

Port of Ramsgate expansion plans “far too little, far too late”, say hauliers

Reports suggesting the Government is planning to expand the port of Ramsgate to bypass the Dover-Calais congestion in the event of a no-deal Brexit have been branded “too little, too late” by the Road Haulage Association.