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  • France and Ireland are cutting out the middleman after Brexit Mawr and Mawr goods are being shipped directly between.

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  • Hauliers are increasingly shunning, wants speedier route via the UK They say new red tape and costly delays are driving the change.

  • Going straight from one you state to another now seems preferable.

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  • All five ferry operators between Ireland and the continents say they're increasing services to meet demand.

  • Danish Line D FDs says its new route from Rossler to Dunkirk is pretty much full, even though the crossing takes 23 hours.

  • Glenn Car is general manager at Rossler Airport.

  • What we've seen in the force two weeks at the moment is a 500% increase in freight freight units True Rustler Port to mainland Europe when compared to the same time last year.

  • So there's been a phenomenal increase in demand.

  • It's a similar story at the French port.

  • Off share Berg operators expected to handle 9000 trucks in January, normally a quiet month.

  • That's around a quarter of what it would usually do in a year, Port General manager Yannick Millais says.

  • It's easy to spot the difference, uh, see Amazon transporters that we weren't seeing out the port.

  • We see trucks of large retailers that weren't coming through the port.

  • So we do see that there has been changes in supply.

  • Chain Share Book now plans to focus on Irish trade, having previously served it and the U.

  • K about equally to meet demand.

  • Ferry lines are switching some services from the UK or adding larger vessels.

  • The question now is whether the changes permanent or just a passing fad.

  • While post Brexit trade beds down, Rossler and Sherbert will be hoping this is the new normal.

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France, Ireland cut UK trade route after Brexit

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/22
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