Sunday 19th Jan 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Brexit bust-ups will damage European supply chains

Brexit negotiations got nastier last week. At the conclusion of the third round of talks, the European Union’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier complained about lack of progress and accused the UK government of trying to wriggle out of its financial responsibilities.

September issue out now

The September 2017 edition of Logistics Manager is now out online. It is also available on iPad and Android.

Top priorities for hauliers post-Brexit

Brexit threatens product availability

The availability of affordable and quality products is at risk without additional agreements and investment to supplement a customs deal, according to a new BRC report.

Food & drink supply chain concerned about Brexit

Businesses in the food & drink supply chain have demonstrated concerns about the impact that Brexit will have on workforces, according to a survey by trade bodies from across the UK.

Welcome for Brexit customs plan

UK government proposals for a temporary customs union to smooth the Brexit transition have received a cautious welcome from industry.

Brexit threat to CV manufacturing

Tariff barriers resulting from Brexit could damage the UK commercial vehicle industry, the Society of Motor Manufacturers has warned as it published figures showing that exports of British-built vans, trucks and buses rose 11.6 per cent in the first half of 2017.

Miebach’s UK expansion “especially useful” after Brexit

UKWA warns of post-Brexit excise duty risk

The United Kingdom Warehousing Association has called on the government to ensure that post-Brexit excise legislation does not place an unfair burden on legitimate logistics companies involved in the handling and movement of goods such as alcohol and tobacco.