Logistics sector calls on PM ‘to recognise the real jeopardy of a no-deal Brexit’

March 12, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Supply chain operators are urging politicians to consider the logistics sector as the increasingly real prospect of a no-deal Brexit grows.
In a letter to Theresa May, the FTA reminds the prime minister of her 2017 promise to keep “trade as frictionless as possible” when plotting the Brexit path.
Deputy chief executive James Hookham said: “Ms May must urge parliament to recognise the real jeopardy a no-deal Brexit imposes on the logistics ...

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