A Brexit deal has now been agreed by the UK Government and European Union, with legal confirmation of a flex-tension until 31 January, as well as a confirmation of a General Election on 12 December.
So where does this leave us in terms of plans for cross-border trade? And what are the different scenarios still in play in the context of the changing political landscape?
With our EU and International Policy advisor, William Bain, we’ll review the customs and regulatory arrangements included in the recent ‘Deal’ and what this would mean for UK/Northern Ireland and UK/EU trade. We’ll also consider the positions of the main political parties and how this could impact the ‘Deal’ following 12 December.
With 55% of international tonnage coming through UK ports, we’ll also be gaining input from our Partners, DP World, on the preparedness of UK ports, how they’re planning for the different Brexit scenarios, what this will look like in practice, and advice they’re giving to customers to help minimise disruption or delay to the flow of goods.
- Make sense of the possible impact and risks arising from the latest Brexit scenarios
- Make sure your business is as prepared as possible for imminent changes to customs and regulatory processes
- Understand what tools and resources you can employ to minimise disruption within your supply chains
- Put your questions to the experts and get practical advice and support
08.45: Arrival and registration
09.15: BRC Welcome and scene-setting
09.25: Presentation from BRC
09.40: Presentation from DP World
09.50: Roundtable Discussion
10.30: Final thoughts and key takeaways
This roundtable is for retailers only and is free to attend.Book your place
If you would like more information, get in touch with the team at email@example.com