Logistics News - 2nd July

Logistics News - 2nd July

"A study has shown that, since the new bridge opened, there have been 14 occasions on which the Forth Road Bridge would have closed to high-sided vehicles due to weather.

The bridge’s wind barriers and hard shoulders are helping to mitigate against the impact of adverse weather, accidents and breakdowns, it revealed."

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"UK – Like a nation facing a penalty shoot-out, British businesses are beginning to get ever more nervous as Brexit approaches. There is a distinct concern that the government is wavering over the precise nature of the deal it will be able to extract from a Brussels administration perceived by many as doing its utmost to make life difficult. The freight forwarding and road haulage sectors both continue to comment and offer advice, but a section of the transport community is pushing forward to ensure that businesses are as ready as possible post Brexit, whatever the terms agreed."

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"The spirits industry has said unfreezing alcohol duty in the UK would be “counter-productive” and “regressive”, as reports suggest the government could increase taxes to fund the NHS."

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