How logistics should be responding to ‘Brexit’

How logistics should be responding to ‘Brexit’

The UK’s decision to leave the EU has generated uncertainty across Europe. It will become necessary to calculate more closely the value of components that cross borders and are sub-assembled then finally assembled before being installed in the product. Why? Because, currently, there is no tax, customs duty or tariff on products or materials crossing internal EU borders; that will not automatically be the case after Brexit.
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How logistics should be responding to ‘Brexit’

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