Shuttle Traffic for February 2021

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In February 2021, Le Shuttle Freight transported 99,787 trucks, a decrease of 24% compared to February 2020, in a market still marked by the adjustments to new post-Brexit administrative rules, but with a trend towards normalisation. The compulsory requirement to present a negative Covid test, carried out on British soil less than 72 hours previously, for trucks entering France remains the most restrictive provision for cross-Channel logistics chains.

Shuttle Traffic for January 2021

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Le Shuttle Freight transported 82,484 trucks in January 2021, a decrease of 37% compared to January 2020, in a declining market. The three factors impacting the market are: the stock piling carried out before a Brexit deal was agreed on 24 December, the adjustments to the new post-Brexit border requirements, as well as the constraints linked to the health crisis with the compulsory requirement to present a negative Covid test, carried out on British soil less than 72 hours previously, which may discourage some drivers.