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More than 30 transport business groups from across Europe have joined forces to collectively urge EU and UK negotiators to reach a Brexit deal for the sake of consumers and the economy.
Seaborne Freight, the company awarded a controversial £13.8 million government contract to provide extra ferry capacity despite having no ferries, has gone into voluntary liquidation owing almost £2 million, according to reports.
The coronavirus pandemic led to record lows in rail freight usage during the first quarter of this year, according to the latest figures released by the Office of Rail and Road.
Carrier uplifts 50,026 kgs of cargo on a single flight on its long haul route from Mumbai to London
The Government has launched a consultation on proposals for a pavement parking ban in England.