Logistics Manager and Descartes continued the countdown to Brexit, informing a virtual audience of supply chain and logistics professionals about what they need to know, and what they need to do to keep goods flowing after 1st January 2021.
This free-to-view webinar looks at the current Brexit situation, who is affected and what the implications are for trade with the EU and moving goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It also informs viewers about what needs to be done to ensure a smooth transition.
By viewing this webinar you will:
– Get the latest information on the current situation.
– Understand who will be affected by Brexit.
– Discover the full implications for trade with the EU and moving goods between GB and Northern Ireland.
– Learn what you will need to do for a seamless transition.
– Hear how Descartes’ clients are ready for Brexit.
– Find out where you can go for further information, help and advice.
The Countdown to Brexit – What you need to know, and what you need to do
Meet the Speakers
Martin Meacock, Director, Product Management @ Descartes Systems UK
Martin is responsible for product management with an emphasis on Descartes’ Customs Compliance & Global Trade Content solutions, particularly in the UK, working closely with all stakeholders to deliver solutions to the complex world of cross border trade. Martin brings years of experience in international trade / customs and regulatory compliance having worked for over 10 years in UK Customs before joining an international trade consultancy firm and becoming technical director developing e-Customs software solutions in the UK.
Editor @Logistics Manager
Chris succeed the legendary Malory Davies in September 2019 as Editor of Logistics Manager and host of the Supply Chain Excellence Awards. Day-to-day Chris writes about all things supply chain; materials handling and industrial property and is curator of the annual LM Top 50 Service Providers. He has worked as a business journalist since 2002 and his career as a logistics journalist started in 2008.