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DfT confirms additional ferry capacity in case of no-deal Brexit

DfT confirms additional ferry capacity in case of no-deal Brexit

The Government has confirmed it has entered into three contracts with ferry operators to provide additional capacity and services into the UK as part of its no-deal Brexit contingency plans

Pipe-repairing robots could save logistics sector millions in lost revenue

Pipe-repairing robots could save logistics sector millions in lost revenue

Could the development of miniature robots signal the end of costly traffic closures and roadworks?

More ferries are not a Brexit silver bullet, say hauliers

More ferries are not a Brexit silver bullet, say hauliers

An increase in freight ferry services won’t resolve a no-deal Brexit border queue crisis, hauliers have warned.

Government must do more to help freight industry cut emissions, NIC warns

Government must do more to boost growth and cut emissions in freight sector

Ministers and councils need to offer more support to help the freight industry satisfy growing demand and meet its environmental targets, a new report from the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) is warning.

New immigration plans will exacerbate skills crisis in logistics sector, industry groups warn

An income-based threshold will make it even harder for logistics businesses to recruit the staff they need to fill vital roles