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BTJ 3-4/17 - Uncertainty should not encourage inactivity. Responding to the knowns and unknowns of Brexit

Publication date: 2017-08-28

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BTJ 3-4/17 - Uncertainty should not encourage inactivity. Responding to the knowns and unknowns of Brexit

It seems each day that passes brings further uncertainty for those operating in the freight market between UK and Europe. 

Despite Brexit being clearly on the horizon, its implications for freight transport seemingly are becoming ever more clouded. 

This uncertainty is, however, no excuse for inactivity, as many in the UK's road haulage, shipping, forwarding, and logistics sectors have already proven. Here are a few key issues faced by transport operators as they plan for the Big Leave.

Uncertainty should not encourage inactivity, by Peregrine Storrs-Fox, Risk Management Director, TT Club

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