Deal or No Deal, Eurotunnel is ready

Eurotunnel has outlined the arrangements that will be in force for freight traffic after brexit, regardless of whether there is a deal or not. It will create two 'pit stops' in Folkestone and in Coquelles, which will handle all existing pre-boarding checks and would also allow for scanning of customs documents. Specially trained operators will make 20 tchecks at a time in a few minutes and trrucks which are declared 'Green ... [+]

Govt settles Eurotunnel lawsuit out-of-court

The government has agreed to pay £33m to Eurotunnel in in a hastily-agreed out-of-court settlement of a lawsuit over the provision of ferry services in the event of a no-deal Brexit. The Tunnel operator had complained that contracts with ferry operators to provide additional capacity to help deal with any ... [+]

Eurotunnel signs French customs deal

Eurotunnel has signed a partnership agreement with TLF Overseas to give registered customs agents a contact point at its Calais terminal. It will act as an interface between truck drivers, French customs, sanitary and phyto-sanitary services and RDE representatives. However, Eurotunnel adds that hauliers will need to have completed their import ... [+]

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