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Logistics UK and RFG signatories of letter to Transport Minister calling for a programme of rail electrification to begin as soon as possible to meet the Government’s legally binding net zero commitments.
RoRo specialist reports that normal service has now resumed following the challenges at the start of the year and the end of the Brexit transition period.
The scheduled twice-weekly service to launch 25 April and a third additional weekly service from 1 May
Freight association says majority of its members are yet to be convinced about the benefits of freeports.
Hauliers no longer need a Kent Access Permit to travel between the UK and the EU.