UK haulage crisis tightens its grip as shippers face a delay ‘double-whammy’

September 11, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

Shippers are facing an anxious wait as the crisis in the UK haulage sector tightens its grip.
CMA CGM subsidiary ANL has announced a six-day delay on export collections due to a reduction in haulage availability, and HMM revising its policy.
ANL told customers the next available collection at major ports, including Felixstowe, London Gateway and Southampton, would be 17 September.
It said the reduction in haulage availability was linked to “continued issues” at Felixstowe, and rail engineering.
The delay ...

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