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Driver shortages and Brexit concerns driving shortsea market

London’s Thamesport is seeing an increase in shortsea traffic, and more could come if Brexit negotiations fail to deliver a customs-free border

A hard Brexit could be a blessing for smaller terminals with spare capacity

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