Every day billions of pounds worth of goods flows through the United Kingdom on time-critical journeys to distant places around the world. With Brexit looming and uncertainty still on the future scope of trade arrangements between the UK and EU, one thing is clear; technology will play a much bigger role in customs and logistics in the coming decades.
Better integrating new technology into the supply chain will limit the time getting goods in and out of ports and other border entry and exit points and will provide a solution to some of the challenges around higher consumer demand for food and non-food products.
This webinar, with our partners at DP World, will set out the new ways in which technology can help companies transiting goods from the EU and other countries and how to deal with the regulatory and customs challenges that exiting the EU will present from March.
WHY TUNE IN?
- Gain a better understanding into how tech is used for clearing cargo from non-EU countries. Learn about what tech-based cargo clearing could look like for EU countries.
- Get a clear timeline of upcoming changes to trade and customs policies and what it means for retail.
- Hear from industry experts on what technical specifications you can expect from the UK Government’s new trade and customs policies.
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.
craig moore //
Craig is a seasoned supply chain expert with over 20 years experience. He started his
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.
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