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British Ports Association looking to shape the agenda in 2018

The Chief Executive of the British Ports Association (BPA), Richard Ballantyne, has outlined the Association’s key priorities for 2018. These include continued interaction and influencing on the Brexit discussions, promotion of planning and freight policy reform, calls for increased transport connectivity investment and the rectification of the ‘definition of a ship’ legal anomaly.

British Ports looking for cross border trade solutions as the UK and EU pass first big hurdle in the Brexit negotiations

Welcoming the Brexit agreement between the UK and EU, the British Ports Association’s Chief Executive, Richard Ballantyne, called for focus on overcoming border disruption and the introduction of non-tariff barriers as conditions of any free trade negotiations.