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Sealane - BREXIT Update
Whilst we may have avoided a sudden “No Deal” Brexit, and we have a latest possible...
BREXIT - Further Update.
It seems as if a ‘No Deal’ Scenario is still very likely, and preparations...
UK to remain in Common Transit Convention after Brexit
Continued membership of the convention will ensure simplified cross-border trade for UK businesses...
Sealane Freight News- November 2018
Sealane offers a range of incentives to our driving staff, to encourage safe driving, courteous...
EUROPEAN HAULAGE CAPACITY ISSUES
The following is a BIFA article published recently which may be of interest to our clients. ...
Border Force Accreditation
Sealane was one of the initiators in adopting the best practice for avoiding unauthorised entry in...
Despite the obvious lack of political progress, Sealane is preparing for a “no deal”...
Sealane News - May 2018 - New Investment
As part of our ongoing investment programme, we have recently taken delivery of 10 new MAN trucks...
Sealane News - May 2018
Sealane News - 20th May 2018
One of our longest serving employees featured in the Kent new recently, celebrating 20 years of...
EU snubs Britain's post-Brexit trade demands
The EU on Wednesday offered Britain a free trade deal for their post-Brexit ties that fell well...
Calais - UK trucks ‘still being attacked on a daily basis’
RHA says migrants and traffickers continue to threaten safety of drivers, claiming it has evidence...
FTA welcomes latest UK approach to Brexit
Clear request for transition period within EU single market and customs union indicates the message...
Calais violence continues as RHA car attacked
Chief executive of the Road Haulage Association, Richard Burnett, has expressed his concern for...
Think logistics, FTA chief tells PM
In a letter to the Rt Hon Theresa May MP, Mr Wells said the UK economy relies on the ability to...
Calais migrants ‘using gas bottles in truck barricades’
Police union says increasingly dangerous methods being deployed to allow would-be stowaways to slow...
DETERIORATING business conditions at Chinese ports are expected to slow in the second quarter of 2016 according to a quarterly survey carried out by the Shanghai International Shipping Institute.
The institute’s prosperity index of port enterprises forecasts a 20.23-point rise to 99.27...
Dover opens freight holding area
The Port of Dover has officially opened its freight holding facility, capable of accommodating 220...
Truck-tax protests block Belgian border crossings
Tuesday, 05 April 2016 Disruptions continuing as hauliers rage against road toll that will add...
Belgian Road Tax
The new Belgian road tax will start from 1st April 2016. It is compulsory for all heavy goods...
Calais at ‘unprecedented’ crisis point for truck drivers
Freight Transport Association reports increasingly violent scenes yesterday, with ‘thousands...
Delays overnight 17th November
Due to strong gale force winds in the Channel overnight, we have seen delays of several hours...
New Belgian road tax coming in 2016
The Belgian Government will introduce a new road tax in 2016. Full details will...
Delays Shipping via Calais
The illegal immigrant situation in the Port of Calais is not being reported in the Newspapers or...
Strike Action In Calais
Strike actions in Calais have added to the already substantial immigrant problems that we have been...
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