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Hauliers criticise 'untenable' situation at Felixstowe

'Untenable' situation at the Port of Felixstowe cannot continue, hauliers warn

The Port of Felixstowe must be far more transparent and increase communication with its key stakeholders, including hauliers, during crisis, says RHA.

No-deal Brexit would add £240 million to annual bills, says Logistics UK

No-deal Brexit would add £240 million to annual bills, says Logistics UK

A no-deal Brexit would add more than £240 million to the logistics industry’s annual bills, thanks to the imposition of WTO tariffs on new vehicles, parts and equipment, according to business group Logistics UK

Home deliveries set to soar

Home deliveries set to soar

Couriers and retailers say they will be far better prepared for an expected 54 per cent boom in home deliveries during the Christmas peak period.

HS2 will enable growth in rail freight usage at UK ports

HS2 will enable growth in rail freight usage at UK ports

HS2 Ltd has released a new video showing how the additional capacity HS2 will create on Britain’s existing rail network will benefit UK ports and distribution centres that use rail freight for the movement of goods

Portsmouth welcomes first international cruise call since sailings suspension

Portsmouth welcomes first international cruise call since sailings suspension

SeaDream Yacht Club’s vessel, SeaDream 1, stopped to pick up passengers for a transatlantic voyage to the Caribbean.