06 May 2022 | [email protected] (Gaelle Connolly) | BVEP - Business Visits and Events Partnership
Hauliers serving music concerts, sports and cultural events will be able to move their vehicles freely between Great Britain and the EU thanks to new measures for the haulage sector announced today (6 May 2022).
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