Posts Tagged ‘Road Haulage Association’

  • Automatic EORI allocation overdue says RHA

    on Aug 21, 19 • in UK News • with No Comments

    The Road Haulage Association is concerned that there is still much to be done to get businesses ready for Brexit

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  • RHA challenges comments from channel port head

    on Aug 12, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on RHA challenges comments from channel port head

    The Road Haulage Association challenges comments made by the president of Port Boulogne Calais, regarding the UK’s warnings of post-Brexit chaos between Dover and Calais

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  • RHA urges Brexit supremo to keep goods flowing

    on Jul 30, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on RHA urges Brexit supremo to keep goods flowing

    The Road Haulage Association (RHA) has called on the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Michael Gove MP to act urgently so that goods can continue to flow across borders if there’s a ‘no-deal’ Brexit

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  •  RHA urges government to do more

    on Jul 29, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on  RHA urges government to do more

    The government must do more to help businesses prepare for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, says the Road Haulage Association

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  • Keep borders free flowing says RHA

    on Jul 23, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Keep borders free flowing says RHA

    The Road Haulage Association is calling on the new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson to ensure that borders between the UK and EU remain free flowing after Brexit

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  • Brexit contingency plans not up to scratch

    on Jun 27, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Brexit contingency plans not up to scratch

    RHA chief executive, Richard Burnett has responded to the ministerial statement on EU exit preparedness which focuses on the movement of ‘category 1’ goods such as medicines

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  • Scrapping M4 Relief Road will stunt Welsh economy

    on Jun 5, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Scrapping M4 Relief Road will stunt Welsh economy

    The First Minister of Wales’ decision to scrap the M4 relief road is a huge blow for the Welsh economy, warns the Road Haulage Association

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  • Government must maintain UK-EU market access

    on May 26, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Government must maintain UK-EU market access

    The Road Haulage Association is calling on the government to maintain UK-EU market access after Brexit

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  • RHA announces first Northern Ireland Policy Manager

    on May 26, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on RHA announces first Northern Ireland Policy Manager

    The Road Haulage Association has announced its first policy manager for Northern Ireland. John Martin – a logistics professional with over 30 years’ experience in the sector – will assume the newly created role on 1 July as the RHA boosts the sector’s profile in Northern Ireland

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  • Truckers caught up in French customs dispute magnet for migrants

    on Mar 12, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Truckers caught up in French customs dispute magnet for migrants

    The Road Haulage Association is very concerned that French customs action is leaving lorry drivers vulnerable to migrant attacks

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  • RHA says UK not Brexit ready

    on Mar 6, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on RHA says UK not Brexit ready

    With only 17 working days left until the UK leaves the European Union, the Road Haulage Association is deeply concerned at the complete and utter lack of clarity that remains with regards to border crossing process to the European mainland and beyond

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  • Temporary market access plan met with caution by RHA

    on Mar 5, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Temporary market access plan met with caution by RHA

    The Road Haulage Association, has cautiously welcomed the news from the Department for Transport that the European Parliament and EU member states plan to allow UK hauliers temporary market access for UK – EU trade without ECMT permits in the event of a no-deal Brexit

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