Fast footwork from Stena as Brexit prompts Irish Sea rethink

Stena Line has redeployed the latest addition to its fleet, the Stena Embla will make to the Rosslare-Cherbourg service and not the Belfast-Liverpool route as originally planned. It said the decision was due to “the current Brexit related shift for direct routes and increasing customer demand”./ The deployment would however be temporary, and further changes are expected soon. A Stena Line spokesman said that it was likely that an E-Flexer vessel ... [+]

Smooth so far, say ferry firms – updated

Stena Line said on 1 January that the majority of freight had successfully accessed its ports on the first day post-Brexit but added that freight volumes were markedly down on pre-Christmas levels, so it is too early to draw any conclusionsIt said: “Currently freight traffic is flowing well through our ... [+]

Stena calls for Brexit stay of execution

Stena Line is calling for a Brexit implementation phase and for the EU to take a pragmatic approach to customs after Brexit transition period ends. The Harwich-Hook and Irish Sea ferry operator says that systems and infrastructure required for customs checks in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK will ... [+]

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