Analysis # 6 Supply Chain Management, Het Financieele Dagblad. – Deal or no deal: on the 29th of March, the United Kingdom will leave the European Union. Although the negotiations about the conditions for withdrawal are in full swing, there is not much time left and a ‘hard Brexit’ seems like a real scenario. This means the United Kingdom will become a so-called ‘third country’ and Dutch companies importing and exporting cargo from and to the country will consequently be faced with customs formalities. The impact of this will soon be felt at all logistics hubs; Schiphol and the major ports of Amsterdam and Rotterdam, for example, but also in the ports of IJmuiden, Vlissingen and Moerdijk. Read the entire article in Analysis # 6 Supply Chain Management here. Text available in Dutch only.
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