BREXIT, what you need to know

After months of negotiations, the UK and European Union finally agreed on a deal that will define their future relationship, which comes into effect at 23.00GMT on 31 December.

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Haulier Guidance for UK – EU Border Crossings

For hauliers, UK advice site locations for COVID-19 tests and border readiness checks.   Find sites where HGV drivers can get free COVID tests and border readiness checks before transporting goods from the UK to the EU.

UK Transport Manager CPC

Transport Manager CPC After the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020, Transport Management CPCs issued by an authority of the United Kingdom or a body authorised by the United Kingdom will no longer be valid in the EU. This will affect Transport Managers with UK-issued transport manager CPCs residing in Ireland […]

Using the UK Landbridge

Using the UK Landbridge Seven things you need to take on board Although the UK has left the EU, operators will still be able to move goods between Ireland and other EU countries by road through Great Britain (the UK Landbridge). However, from 1 January 2021, a range of new steps must be completed. Depending […]

Free Trade Agreement between the EU and UK

The announcement of a Free Trade Agreement between the EU and UK is welcome news for the Irish logistics industry as it provides businesses with much-needed certainty. While there will be no quotas and tariffs on goods, changes are coming on 1 January 2020 and all in the freight distribution and logistics sector must continue […]

Traffic Management Plans for Dublin Port and Dublin City Road Network

Traffic Management Plans for Dublin Port and Dublin City Road Network Changes brought about by the introduction of border and customs controls between the EU and the UK will mean additional controls in Dublin Port on imports and exports to, from and though GB from 11.00 pm 31 December 2020. The necessary facilities and systems […]

The UK has left the European Union – UK Driving Licences, DCPC, Digital Tachograph, NCT,

BREXIT and UK Driving Licenses While the UK has left the EU, a transition period was agreed that allowed for the exchange of driving licences to continue. That transition period ends on the 31st of December 2020. If you are resident in Ireland and using a UK licence to drive it will no longer be […]

UK Government releases BREXIT Manual for EU Haulier and Professional Drivers

London. The UK government has published a Brexit manual on road haulage (Published 18 November 2020). It summarizes the most important rules that will apply to the sector from January in the movement of goods between Great Britain and the European Union (EU). The manual will be continuously updated in line with the decisions that […]

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Just 60 trucks allowed to cross the Irish border after Brexit

According to a representative of the Freight Transport Association (FTA), Seamus Leheny, said that many trucks coming from Northern Ireland will not be able to travel into the Republic after Brexit?

Currently, 13,000 trucks cross the border from Northern Ireland to the Republic of Ireland every day but according to some in the industry and as reported on in the Belfast Telegraph, only 60 lorries will be allowed to cross if a no-deal Brexit goes ahead. Seamus Leheny said:

“It’s to stop the European market being flooded by hauliers from other countries who could possibly do it cheaper and undermine the internal market,” Read more

Euro Bus Expo, Europe’s biggest bus and coach show for 2018

Europe’s biggest bus and coach show for 2018, 30 October – 1 November 2018, at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham

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The road is ahead
Elegance and efficiency in transport

Join thousands of visitors from all over the world and experience Euro Bus Expo; the centre of current trends and future developments in the bus and coach sector. Read more

Polish truckers leaving UK because ‘wages aren’t worth as much back home after Brexit’

Polish truckers leaving UK

Polish truckers leaving UK

EASTERN European lorry drivers are now deserting Britain because the drop in the pound after Brexit means their wages are no longer worth so much when sent to their families back home.

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