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Letting drivers spend a penny could save lives

Letting drivers spend a penny could save lives

The haulage industry has long been under scrutiny for its approach to health and safety. To be fair, this is understandable. HGVs, literally by definition, are heavy, which means that they can cause serious damage if they become involved in accidents (as in killing...
Tradefreight and the Coronavirus

Tradefreight and the Coronavirus

The Coronavirus pandemic has led to travel restrictions being imposed across the globe including the EU. At present, these restrictions exclude freight traffic which can, in principle, travel as normal, in practice, however, it is likely to be subject to long delays...
A brief overview of the budget

A brief overview of the budget

Although the budget (and the media’s response to it) was largely dominated by the Coronavirus (and its potential economic impact), it also contained a lot of other useful information.  Here is a quick guide to its key facts and their implications. Interest rates are...
Understanding the customs clearance process

Understanding the customs clearance process

The customs clearance process will vary not only from country to country but according to the specific nature of the shipment, but, as a rule of thumb, most countries will permit people to bring in their personal effects without charge. If you are using a professional...
How to speed up your export documentation process

How to speed up your export documentation process

There’s no denying that exporting goods can require a lot of documentation. This means that preparing it is almost always going to be a fairly significant part of any exporter’s job. The good news is that if you do it in the right way, it doesn’t have to suck up all...

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