Recent freight news has broken that there is a possibility that cross-channel freight could reduce by 75-87%, should the UK leave with a No-Deal.

Sky News have revealed that documents from Boarder Force indicate that if we face a No-Deal Brexit, during the first six months of the exit, trade may be running as little as 13% of its usual capacity.

The cross-channel this applies to is the traffic from Dover-Calais and in the Channel Tunnel.

The document states: “The reasonable worst case flow through the Short Straits is reduced to between 13% and 25% of current capacity for a period of between 3-6 months.”