National Audit Office report confirms businesses do not have enough time to make the changes needed for no deal in March 2019 and complex issues relating to the movement of goods at the border “still need to be resolved”.
A Polish lorry driver who was caught smuggling millions of cigarettes into the UK has been jailed for two years and 10 months after an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs.
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.
Experts from across the UK maritime sector have joined forces in a bid to improve air quality on and around waterways, ports and shipping lanes.