Freight group casts doubt on Brexit shipping report
The Freight Transport Association of Ireland has questioned a new government report which suggests there is sufficient alternative capacity on continental shipping routes in the event of major delays at British ports following Brexit
A leading freight organisation has questioned a new government report which suggests that there is sufficient alternative capacity on continental shipping routes in the event of major delays at British ports following Brexit.
In a report published on Friday, the Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO) said it does not believe the government needs to intervene to provide extra services for hauliers using the landbridge at present.
It said that passenger demand has fallen significantly on...
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