Whitehall is once again coming under fire from the UK logistics community amid mounting problems over the pending reality of a no-deal Brexit.
Director general of the British International Freight Association (BIFA) Robert Keen raised concerns over the proposed transitional simplified procedures (TSP) programme, and questioned whether government had been listening to industry.
“We’ve aired concerns publicly about TSP, the government flagship policy aimed at alleviating congestion at the frontier and facilitating the work of customs agents,” he said.
The post No-deal Brexit would be ‘catastrophic’ for Northern Ireland’s logistics sector appeared first on The Loadstar.
Source: The Loadstar