Entries by Supreme Freight

UK’s Road Transporters Should Be Ready for Vehicle Safety Changes in France

UK Logistics businesses are being warned to comply with new French safety regulations introduced on the 1st January or risk facing fines. The legislation states that all vehicles weighing in excess of 3.5 tonnes driving in France must display stickers indicating driver blind spots. This extends to passenger transport and commercial vehicles. Additionally, all vehicles […]

Post-Brexit Red Tape for EU Trade

Despite the lack of lorries at borders since the UK left the EU Single Market and Customs Union, various sources have highlighted significant disruption to goods being transported citing post-Brexit red tape as the cause. This is having a significant impact on the trading of goods with plant or animal origins. The Scottish fishing industry […]

Hauliers Warned of Tougher French Customs Controls

Since the UK’s departure from the Single Market and Custom’s Union, the predicted delays on Kent motorways have thankfully been avoided. Unfortunately, this is set to change with haulage companies being advised to brace for tighter controls at French border control which could potentially see the first significant post-Brexit border disruption. The warnings were shared […]

How will Brexit Impact Logistics Companies?

With Britain’s exit from the EU single market and customs union a matter of days away and no trade agreement still in place, there are a number of steps that logistics companies should be taking to prepare. Brexit is set to make a high impact on the sector, due to the amount of cross-border travel […]