This is Brexit for international logistics – and it is as acute as ever.
The discrepancies to anticipate from the United Kingdom leaving the EU at the end of 2020 were many, but they were as unclear as the view in the midst of London mist. Even before the very end of the year, it was not clear whether the UK and EU can form an agreement. Or whether it is going to be a no-deal Brexit. Now that the Brexit has happened the changes for international logistics are brought to light.
Though any modern freight forwarding company had pin-pointed out all possible problems, below are perhaps the most common issues that logistics companies have to deal with daily.