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Dutch paint black Brexit outlook for ferry freight

Brexit will seriously disrupt UK-Continent unaccompained ferry freight traffic, as with less than 200 days to go, the vast majority of shippers have not prepared themselves and new customs documentation, the Dutch authorities have warned. “There will be huge delays and congestion, no doubt,” said the Port of Rotterdam’s External Affairs Manager Mark Dijk

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