Snow & Ice To Impact Logistics
Overnight snow has hit many parts of the UK on Monday, which means travel conditions are like to impact logistics and cargo is likely to be moving more slowly than usual.
Traffic alerts and weather warnings are in place throughout the UK, which will undoubtedly lead to delays on many collections and deliveries. This may also impact international road freight movements.
Both Gatwick and Stansted closed their runways last night due to snow and freezing fog. Meanwhile, many flights were cancelled through Heathrow and Manchester airports, which means that some import and export air freight shipments may have delays.
Traffic will likely impact the transportation of ocean freight consignments, while there could be delays in and out of ports as terminal operations will inevitably be slow moving.
If you have concerns about any urgent orders, then please do not hesitate to contact a member of the Evolution team for more information.
Evolution Forwarding specialise in dangerous goods movements, by air, ocean and road. We provide complete solutions, which include packing, documentation, compliance and training for dangerous goods products. For further information please email email@example.com or call 0800 4346244.
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