Blog - May 2022

  • Fuel surcharges: Does the government need to act?

    Posted on Friday, May 20, 2022 by Jack BurnhamNo comments

    Over the last few days, the Road Haulage Association (RHA) has been providing evidence to a Treasury official and MP's, along with support from logistics UK and members Paul Abbott, Group Director, Knights of Old, and Lesley O’Brien of Freightlink. The RHA decided that critical measures were required in ensuring something was put in place for current fuel surcharges across the logistics sector, ...

  • International Operators Licences:Hauliers

    Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2022 by Jack BurnhamNo comments

    On the 21st of May, HMRC would have put a new law in place for international operators license's. What this will mean, UK freight drivers that are operating Light Goods Vehicles (LGVS), will need to ensure they have an international operator's license to transport goods in/into Europe. This new legislation was put as a part of the new border control policies resulting from the UK's exit from ...

  • Recent Updates to the lockdown in Shanghai

    Posted on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 by Jack BurnhamNo comments

    Key policies have been enforced by the Shanghai's government, in regards to the covid situation affecting the #supplychain: -Strict isolation areas have been set up - which include areas such as loading and stacking bays -All logistical equipment should be disinfected at least twice a day -All vehicles used in logistics movements should be cleaned and disinfected regularly, whereby all logistic ...