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Our number one priority is the safety and security of your goods and products, from arrival into our care, to delivery to the end user.

It is our job to deliver your products safely, securely and on-time,  every-time.  We build trust with our clients, and ensure confidence in our performance. Our team offers a personal, flexible service. We get to know you, not just your freight.

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  • Flextension: the new Brexit timelines

    The Brexit calendar shifted again this week when the EU27 agreed a flexible extension, pushing Brexit Day back for a third time to 31 October 2019. We take a look at what this new flexible extension (‘flextension’) might mean for the transport industry, what could happen next, and how best to prepare for the months […]

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  • Preparing for No-Deal: Customs Procedures at UK Ports

    There’s just one week left until 12 April, and the UK parliament are still no closer to a workable withdrawal agreement. With one week to go, we look at what EU clients can do now to prepare goods for movement through UK ports in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Customs Declarations: Arriving at a […]

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  • Galileo, Let Me Go: Sat Nav in the UK after Brexit

    After Brexit, the UK will have no rights to use the EU’s Galileo satellite system. What is Galileo, should we expect sat nav problems when travelling through the UK, and should our clients be concerned? We’ve taken a closer look at Galileo, and what its loss will mean to trucks on UK roads, in the […]

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  • Incoterms after Brexit: a handy new guide

    If you trade entirely within the EU, it’s possible that you haven’t come across Incoterms yet …but you’ll soon know all about them. When the UK leaves the EU, we expect Incoterms to become the new standard for trade, so we’ve created a handy one-page Incoterms guide. What are Incoterms? Incoterms are global standard contract […]

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  • Delaying Brexit: What Happens Next?

    With 29th March now just a fortnight away, the UK parliament created the possibility of a delayed Brexit in a major vote last night. Based on yesterday’s vote, we look at the likelihood of a delayed Brexit, and explain the new potential Brexit timelines. What happened in Westminster this week: After months of infighting and […]

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  • TSP: the UK’s new Brexit customs framework

    A short guide to TSP: the  UK’s new Brexit customs framework Last month the UK tax authorities announced simplified importing procedures for UK businesses importing from the EU after Brexit. TSP is meant as a temporary sticking plaster to protect the UK’s supply chain in the event of a no-deal Brexit …but how does it […]

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  • What’s in Coveney’s Omnibus Brexit Bill?

    Last week, Tánaiste Simon Coveney announced an Irish Brexit Omnibus Bill to cover the event of a no-deal Brexit. It’s a record-breaking bill in terms of its size and scope: 74 pages, split into 15 sections, affecting 9 government departments. We look at what the bill covers, and its relevance to the Irish Transport sector. […]

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  • Authorised Economic Operator: what it means for Brexit

    The 29th March is just weeks away, yet we still can’t say with 100% certainty what will be required to move goods in and out of the UK after Brexit. One of the few regulatory benchmarks that we can rely on is Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status. Already a recognised standard in and out of […]

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  • The problems with stockpiling for Brexit

    With businesses such as Ornua, Unilever and Johnson & Johnson all announcing plans to hold extra goods in the UK before Brexit Day, we look at stockpiling as a business strategy, its limitations and its likely impact on Europe’s supply chain in the coming months.   In a modern logistics environment where supply chains have […]

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