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Why AEO accreditation is freight’s best defence against a ‘no deal’ Brexit

Why AEO accreditation is freight’s best defence against a no-deal Brexit

We are now just months away from Britain leaving the European Union and, somewhat worryingly, a no-deal scenario is looking an increasing possibility.

Modest growth continues in global air freight markets

Modest growth continues in global air freight markets

Modest growth continues in global air freight but key demand drivers have weakened the market, says the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Welsh river port receives £5 million boost

Welsh river port receives £5 million boost

South East Wales’s last remaining commercial river port has received a £5 million boost from entrepreneur Sanjeev Gupta.

Geopolitical uncertainty biggest threat to European road transport businesses, a

Geopolitical uncertainty biggest threat to European road transport businesses, according to IRU

Geopolitical uncertainty is the biggest concern for European road transport businesses, a new survey from the International Road Transport Union suggests.

 Highways England needs to do more for logistics sector, new research suggests

Highways England needs to do more for logistics sector, new research suggests

Almost half of the UK’s freight, logistics, delivery and coach operators are not satisfied with how Highways England’s roads management meet their business needs, Transport Focus research suggests.