Monthly Archives: January 2020

Concerns Over Sulphur Surcharge for Irish Sea Routes

The cost of doing business with GB and Europe is about to become more expensive, and FTA Northern Ireland is concerned. Businesses shipping goods via the Irish sea will soon face additional surcharges from shipping lines. Let’s take a closer look at these changes.   Cost Rising Due to Adaptation The FTA estimates the new

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Muli-Billion Pound Fight Against European Truck Cartel

The Road Haulage Association has won the very first legal battle to secure compensation for truck operators who have suffered financially because of the unlawful price-fixing by major European truck manufacturers. Here’s a closer look at the case.   CAT Sides with FTA The Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) entirely sided with the RHA that its

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US Ports Fare Well in Congressional Appropriations

Members from the US who are a part of the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) are happy to learn that many port-related programs pushed by the AAPA are included in the legislative appropriation package recently released by Congress. Once the funding is allocated, ports will be able to deliver goods, employment, and the overall

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