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Freight must be part of  Brexit conversations says FTA

Freight must be part of Brexit conversations says FTA

FTA – As the Prime Minister meets business leaders at Downing Street today to discuss the potential economic impact of Brexit, the country’s largest membership association for freight and logistics has expressed serious dismay that the sector has once again been overlooked in planning for the UK’s exit from the …

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Customs Declaration Service not fit for Brexit purposes, says FTA

Customs Declaration Service not fit for Brexit purposes says FTA

Responding to the publication of the National Audit Office (NAO)’s report on the progress of the Customs Declaration Service (CDS) programme, the Freight Transport Association FTA has raised serious concerns about the progress of the project, and its suitability to handle the anticipated levels of Customs declarations at British ports …

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AEO status a necessity to ensure frictionless borders say CILT

AEO status a necessity to ensure frictionless borders say CILT

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport CILT is encouraging all companies involved in the supply chain to become an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO), in order to ensure the United Kingdom operates frictionless borders post-Brexit. Following the EU Referendum last summer, CILT has been working to present issues, solutions and …

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FTA experts deliver clarity on EU Mobility Package

FTA experts deliver clarity on EU Mobility Package

Freight Transport Association (FTA) experts have drawn up a comprehensive briefing paper to advise members on the main proposals of the European Commission’s ‘Mobility Package’ announced last week. The package, comprising eight legislative files and various accompanying documents, has potentially huge implications for the transport sector – including proposals which …

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