Posts Tagged ‘Road Haulage Association’

  • RHA urges political parties to put road freight at heart of transport policy

    on Nov 11, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on RHA urges political parties to put road freight at heart of transport policy

    The Road Haulage Association has called on political parties to put road freight at the heart of transport policy making ahead of the general election

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  • Get business ready for Brexit says RHA

    on Oct 14, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Get business ready for Brexit says RHA

    The Road Haulage Association has urged the Government to put all its energy into getting hauliers and traders ready for Brexit

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  • RHA provides free Brexit advice

    on Oct 5, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on RHA provides free Brexit advice

    Moving goods between the UK and the EU will change from 31st October. The Road Haulage Association is providing free industry advice on how Brexit will affect your business

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  • Customs checks bad for business in Northern Ireland says RHA

    on Oct 1, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Customs checks bad for business in Northern Ireland says RHA

    The Road Haulage Association warns that customs posts on either side of the Irish border would harm the economy

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  • Councils call for powers to fine truckers is a cash generator

    on Sep 2, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Councils call for powers to fine truckers is a cash generator

    The Road Haulage Association says that a move to give councils powers to fine lorry drivers is about generating revenue. Local Government Association (LGA) has called on the Government to allow councils to enforce against moving traffic violations. Similar powers are already available to councils in London and Wales. RHA chief executive, Richard Burnett says that the LGA sees truckers as an easy target for cash-strapped councils to make up shortfalls in reduced central government funding. “It’s clear that this is all about raising cash. The LGA has gone out of its way to demonise

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  • Automatic EORI allocation overdue says RHA

    on Aug 21, 19 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Automatic EORI allocation overdue says RHA

    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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