Brussels publishes plans to keep post-Brexit transport moving

The EU has published contingency plans to keep vital transport services running in the face of a collapse of talks with the UK. They will ensure basic connectivity for road freight for six months and provision of some air services between the UK and EU for six months. European Policy Manager at Logistics UK, Sarah Laouadi, said that, if adopted in time, wouldl come as “a welcome safety net for logistics ... [+]

Transport groups call for ‘no-quota’ trucking deal

Transport business groups and associations from across Europe have written to Brexit negotiators Michel Barnier and David Frost to reach a deal on trucking after the UK leaves the European Union. The letter was coordinated by the International Road Transport Union (IRU) and was signed by 33 organisations, including Logistics ... [+]

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