Topic: Brexit

Train on the Silk Road

Silk Road exit down to UK Brexit?

Not a week goes by without a European announcement of advances on the Silk Road. Where though are the announcements from the UK? The small matter of the pandemic aside, British relations with the Silk...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton

UK inland customs status granted to iPort Rail

iPort Rail terminal in the South Yorkshire town of Doncaster has been granted Authorised Economic Operator status by the British revenue service, HMRC. As a designated inland customs facility, it can now support goods moving...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton
GB and Ireland from space

Brexit: only hours away but many miles to go

Where does rail freight stand in the new UK-European relationship? No matter which side of the Channel, Brexit Transition is upon us. In Southampton and Seville, Cardiff and Cherbourg, Glasgow and Gelsenkirchen – the result...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton

Liverpool wins in container crunch

Rail freight stands to be a winner as the port of Liverpool secures more intermodal traffic. From this week, 2M Alliance – a vessel-sharing partnership between Maersk and MSC – is bringing a transatlantic loop...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton
copyright Eurotunnel

No profitable come on for Eurotunnel profits

Eurotunnel figures have taken a dive. Getlink, the operator of Eurotunnel, has reported a crash in their financial performance expectations, and told the stock markets to expect their earnings to be slashed. Not surprisingly, the...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton