Uncertainty for ports over post-Brexit trade

Mr Ballantyne (pictured) also said that the BPA was keen on establishing what the withdrawal deal will mean as regards the regulatory environment that ports run under Photo: BPA

With November 14 seeing the Cabinet of the United Kingdom agree to a draft deal on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, the British Ports Association (BPA) chief executive said before the announcement of the Cabinet agreement that there might be some way to go before ports and freight operators ...

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