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International logistics firm slams government after MPs reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
The Freight Transport Association is advising logistics businesses to advance their preparations for a no-deal Brexit following the rejection of Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement earlier this week.
All goods to/from the EU will likely require some form of customs declaration on March 30. This article outlines the current state of play and considerations for the UK-EU supply chain.
National logistics specialist Clipper Logistics has found a way of tackling both labour shortage and diversity through its Fresh Start campaign
Disruption for traders with the EU following any no-deal Brexit will be intensified by delays in introducing the UK’s new system for managing customs declarations.