New Brexit beating routes could benefit rail freight
The effects of Brexit are being felt on the ground, and also on the high seas. Whatever political sources may say, logistics operators and freight forwarders are voting with their vessels, and putting increased capacity into routes away from the Channel Ports, and away from the UK altogether. Trade between the UK and the EU has not stopped, but with reluctance among freight operators to risk delays, many loads are being redirected to less congested parts of Great Britain. That has positive implications for rail freight, as port operators look for ways to handle greater volumes as economically as possible.
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