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No-deal customs training plans come as a “surprise” to freight forwarders

Government plans for ‘no-deal’ customs training come as a “surprise” to freight forwarders

Representatives of freight forwarders express surprise at press report suggesting the Government is planning to invest £8 million in customs training and automation in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Plans submitted for logistics 'superhub' in the Thames Estuary

Plans submitted for logistics 'superhub'

Thames Enterprise Park is set to be one of the largest regeneration projects in northern Europe

Fuel suppliers must change supply models to survive

Fuel suppliers must change supply models to survive

Physical fuel suppliers need to fundamentally transform the traditional models of supply in order to survive, a leading maritime consultant is warning.

Maersk introduces new guidelines on stowing dangerous goods

Maersk introduces new guidelines on stowing dangerous goods

Maersk has issued new guidelines on dangerous goods stowage following a review of regulations and practices in the wake of the fire aboard Maersk Honam earlier this year.

Traders: Prepare for no-deal now

Traders: Prepare for no-deal now

Importers and exporters are being urged to take practical steps now to minimise no-deal Brexit problems.