‘Operation Brock’ plans to keep freight moving at Dover if there is no Brexit deal

December 20, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

Planning is underway to tackle expected chaos on UK highways in the event of a no-deal Brexit, with roads leading to the Port of Dover in Kent expected to bear the brunt of it.
Deputy chief executive of the Freight Transport Association (FTA) James Hookham said he expects the backlogs from shipments coming through Calais to face extreme delays.
“From what I am hearing, in the event of no deal, French customs ...

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