Tigers Creates Solution to Post-Brexit Supply Chain Disruption

Tigers has added to its Virtual Warehouse offering by developing a new linehaul solution to help customers minimize supply chain disruption post Brexit. The Virtual Logistics Facility means that goods can be physically located between the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK) for ease of last mile delivery, with the online solution providing full visibility, inventory control, and a single tariff in a single place. “From January 2021 we will ... [+]

Forwarders, Hauliers now have the Clarity Needed to Start Preparing for Post-Brexit Customs Changes

Forwarders and hauliers now have enough clarity to start preparing for a post-Brexit business landscape, according Peter MacSwiney, chairman of Customs clearance solutions provider Agency Sector Management (ASM). There is limited time to implement the systems needed to tackle trade friction following the UK Government’s announcement this week that import controls ... [+]

Brexit reaction from Europe’s freight industry

[ Courtesy FBJ and editor Chris Lewis.] A number of issues will need to be addressed to provide legal clarity and the stability that road transport operators need. These issues could include the use of and reintroduction of customs clearance and transit facilitation agreements, cross-border VAT, access to the market, access ... [+]

Time to break out the carnets in Brexit Britain?

[Courtesy Freight Business Journal editor Chris Lewis] Following the announcement of a ‘leave’ result in the EU referendum 24 June, the Freight Transport Association (FTA) says coming out of union risks disrupting the UK supply chains. The Government has two years to negotiate the new rules – one example is the ... [+]

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