Wednesday 16th Oct 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Geodis tests no-deal Brexit plans

Geodis and chemical company Arkema have tested no-deal Brexit customs arrangements through a dry run organised by French Customs.

CIPS: Brexit timed for peak Christmas disruption

A survey of UK and EU supply chain managers by the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) has found that almost half (48 per cent) of UK businesses have not had their Christmas preparations affected at all by Brexit.

FTA: Yellowhammer shows much could still go wrong

The Freight Transport Association said that the release of the Operation: Yellowhammer document showed that there was “still much that could go wrong” as the country prepares to leave the European Union on 31 October.

BIFA concerned over customs training ahead of Brexit

The British International Freight Association has voiced concerns over the government’s plans for £16 million in funding to help businesses train staff to make customs declarations, and to help businesses who support others to trade goods to invest in IT.