Logistics News - 1 October

Logistics News - 1 October

The security agreements for the transportation of passengers and goods that currently exist between the UK and EU could be subject to change in the event of a no-deal Brexit – changes that could disrupt the links that currently exist. That is one of the possible outcomes of a no-deal suggested the UK government, after it this week published a series of documents that attempt to prepare UK citizens for such a scenario in March 2019.

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Councillors have approved a plan to extend a rail yard in Perthshire, despite objections from locals.

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A rail freight hub could be crucial to securing the re-introduction of the Levenmouth rail link, a local councillor has claimed.

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THE Scottish owner of the UK’s top-selling “super-premium” gin has ramped up production capacity for the spirit by building a new distillery as part of a £13 million investment in Ayrshire.

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Businesses and Public Alike Will Welcome Early Christmas Present

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