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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.

Rail freight company GBRf has launched a new maintenance app which includes a un

GBRf launches new app focusing on maintenance and driver performance

Rail freight company GBRf has launched a new maintenance app which includes a unique train driver review process.

Hauliers “astonished” at David Davis Brexit claims

Hauliers “astonished” at David Davis Brexit claims

The RHA has rubbished claims made today by former Brexit secretary David Davis that there won’t be border delays at Dover–Calais, even if there’s a no-deal Brexit

Mixed messages for rail freight as regulator approves £23.4bn CP6 spending plans

Mixed messages for rail freight as regulator approves £23.4bn CP6 spending plans

The Office of Rail and Road has approved plans to spend £24.3bn on maintaining and renewing the existing railway over the next five years from 1 April 2019, known as Control Period 6 (CP6).