Exporters say simplified customs plan won’t reduce congestion around Dover

February 11, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Changes to UK customs procedures in the event of a no-deal Brexit have not eased exporters’ concerns over major delays at the UK’s main ro-ro port of Dover.
Last week, HMRC announced simplified customs procedures for imports if the UK left the EU without a deal, but exporters have told The Loadstar any hopes Whitehall had that this would reduce congestion on roads near Dover were misplaced.
The FTA’s head of multimodal policy, Alex Veitch, ...

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