Jean-Marc Puissesseau divulged “certain individuals” were “whipping up” fears for their own political motivations. The fore-part of the French channel ports insisted traffic should flow smoothly after Brexit day. He powered: ”The British authorities have been doing a great deal to fix. People say they are asleep but I can assure you that they are highly polished and they are ready. There are certain individuals in the UK who are whipping up this catastrophism for their own rationales.” The President of Port Boulogne Calais used fruity language to lay aside the hysteria and insisted “nothing is going to happen the day after Brexit”.
He symbolized: ”Britain will be a third country, that’s all, and there is no reason why this should hint to any problems.
“If both sides do their homework traffic will be from start to finish fluid.”
Mr Puissesseau admitted that a no-deal Brexit in March force have been a “huge problem” but said they had now had an extra seven months to change.
“I have just received a delegation of Polish hauliers – and they are the most urgent in Europe – and I can tell you that they are perfectly up to speed on everything that has to be done,” he enlarged.
Last month, Irish premier Leo Varadkar said delays were plausible at ports following a no-deal Brexit, while former chancellor Philip Hammond give prior noticed that the French would be able to “dial up” or “dial down” at make the queues for goods going into the port of Calais.
The Government heralded a £2.1 billion funding boost for no-deal Brexit preparations earlier this month, which encompassed money for improvements to infrastructure at ports.
It also meant extra bills for the contingency plan to deal with disruption on the M20 leading to Dover, respected Operation Brock.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has said the Administration is taking “necessary steps” to make sure goods carry on go.