Freight

The new land-sea journey takes a total of 10 days, a reduction of 30 days compared with the previous route. © J.Hairong/Barcroft Media/Getty Images
First vehicles shipped through new land-sea freight route
ALC urges government to prioritise freight
AUS$5.2m funding for National Freight Data Hub
‘Time has run out’ for procuring no-deal freight capacity
DfT to audit Eurotunnel settlement spend
NSW road ownership switch will support supply chains
Sulphur cap could add $60bn to shipping costs
Walmart offers truck drivers $90k salary
Customs checks to be streamlined in no-deal Brexit
$10m logistics hub planned for Bahrain
Brexit ferry contract 'very likely unlawful'
MEP calls for inquiry into Brexit ferry contracts