Brexit


Review commercial contracts to mitigate the risk of Brexit uncertainty

By Lindsay Ellis  and Wright Hassall Oct 8 2019 / The HRDirector Although Brexit uncertainty is at an all-time high with very little indication on when a decision will be made, the impact it will have on UK businesses and commercial contracts shouldn’t be underestimated. Contributor Lindsay Ellis  – Wright Hassall It is important organisations consider how Brexit might affect existing contracts and not only those proposed to come...

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Brexit – What will happen at the Port of Gothenburg?

Oct 8 2019 / MHWmagazine It is at the Port of Gothenburg Ro-Ro Terminal, GRT, where the Brexit issue is most acute. The terminal has daily movements to and from the UK. Photo: Gothenburg Port Authority. According to the current timetable, the UK is due to leave the EU on 31 October. But what does withdrawal mean for those who ship freight between Sweden and the UK via the...

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Bank of Ireland’s ‘Get to grips with Brexit’ series launched in Dublin with an event in College Green that provided attendees with actionable preparation steps

Oct 7 2019 / The Business Post Practical planning for a confident Brexit strategy As the clock ticks ever closer to the October 31 deadline for Britain’s departure from the EU, businesspeople came out in force to attend the first Bank of Ireland ‘Get to grips with Brexit’ event last Tuesday, with a tailored panel of industry experts. The breakfast briefing took place in the House of Lords on...

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‘We will offer customs declaration services in event of “no-deal” Brexit’

By Mira Klinkenberg Oct 2 2019 / Fresh Plaza P&O Ferrymasters announced it has entered into a partnership with SGS Maco to offer customs declaration services to P&O Ferrymasters’ customers. This will maintain easy and fluid declaration for the import and export of goods to and from the United Kingdom, in the event of a “no-deal” Brexit. If at the end of October, the UK leaves the European Union...

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UK’s revised Brexit plan calls for intra-customs clearance on Irish Sea

By David Osler Oct 2 2019 / Lloyd’s List Under the British government’s tweak to its Brexit withdrawal plan, cargoes travelling across the Irish Sea could have to complete customs formalities as early as next month, even where both the port of loading and the port of discharge are part of the UK ‘We will potentially need to create border infrastructure and complexity at even more UK ports than...

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Europa is ready for a no-deal Brexit

Sep 30 2019 / Commercial Motor The UK’s largest independent freight forwarder, Europa Worldwide Group, is ready to tackle the possibility of a No-Deal Brexit.  The specialist European road freight operator has invested significant time and over £2m to ensure the smoothest possible transition for its customers in the event of no-deal. Europa’s Managing Director also believes border delays have been significantly over-stated.  Andrew Baxter, Managing Director, Europa Worldwide Group...

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