Saturday 21st Oct 2017 - Logistics Manager

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Europe’s engineering companies call for frictionless trade

CEEMET the European employers’ organisation representing 200,000 companies of the metal, engineering and technology-based industries, has called the EU Council of ministers and UK to ensure that a meaningful transition agreement is achieved before the end of the year, to avoid damaging complex and integrated supply chains and export activity.

BIFA calls on members to talk Customs after Brexit

BIFA is calling on its members to take part in a survey which is designed to “gain a better understanding of the scale of potential Customs procedure training that will be required post-Brexit within the freight forwarding sector.”

Supply chain workers: raising the cost of Brexit

Almost one in eight retailers have raised prices since the Brexit vote and rising employment costs could drive further price rises, the British Retail Consortium revealed this week.

Theresa May finally ‘gets’ logistics

The Freight Transport Association has welcomed the call from prime minister Theresa May for a transition period to be a key priority for the Brexit talks. The FTA has been lobbying for such a period since Article 50 was triggered, to enable the preparation of the necessary systems and processes to ensure that post-Brexit trade […]

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.

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.