Brexit is poised to bring about the biggest change in customs operations and practice for UK-based retailers and suppliers in nearly half a century. In conjunction with our partners at DP World, we will be looking at what retailers can be doing now to prepare and plan for these changes.
William Bain, our Brexit expert, Oliver Treneman, Logistics Park Development Director and Craig Moore, Head of Supply Chain from DP World, will cover a range of key areas, including:
- How retailers can stress-test and future-proof supply and sourcing chains
- The pros and cons of different operational models
- The benefits and hurdles to seeking AEO status
- How the UK Government’s trusted trader proposal might work
- Action plans around IT, compliance, staff and training.
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This round-table is for BRC retail members only.
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OLIVER TRENEMAN //
|Oliver has over 20 years of knowledge in marketing and developing industrial real estate in China. He has considerable experience establishing businesses in China and has worked extensively with joint venture companies where government & private enterprises have been the partner. He has overseen build-to-suit developments in China for customers including DHL, Daimler and Philips.|
craig moore //
|Craig is a seasoned supply chain expert with over 20 years experience. He started his career at Grampian Country Food Group working with the poultry division before then starting at Tesco - establishing distribution networks in Eastern Europe and Asia. As Head of Supply Chain, Craig working to reshape UK supply chains and bring about environmental and efficiency benefits.|
WILLIAM BAIN //
|William provides insight on Brexit from more than 10 years as a lecturer in Public and EU Law, over 5 years at Westminster as MP for Glasgow North East, a member of the Business, Innovation and Skills Select Committee and a shadow Minister for Food and Farming, Transport, and Scotland during the 2010-15 Parliament, and advising companies on financial services and Brexit with Inline Policy before joining the BRC in June 2017.|
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