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COVID-19: advice for the freight transport industry

1 Jan 1970

Guidance for the freight transport industry on international travel following government advice for British nationals.

From: Department for Transport and Foreign & Commonwealth Office

COVID-19: advice for the freight transport industry

 

Details

Freight industry guidance on international travel during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, following government advice for British nationals.

 

International and domestic freight transport (including by air, ship, road and rail, including roll-on/roll-off transports) is classified by UK government as an essential activity in the context of its travel advice. The advice against non-essential travel is not intended to apply to international and domestic freight transport.

 

FCO travel advice remains under constant review and is being updated regularly with the latest information on restrictions and other measures in place in each country/territory. 

 

Check the latest travel advice at: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice and sign up for email alerts for all countries where you are travelling.