Speculation continues as to “what sort of a deal”, if any, will be struck between the European Union and the United Kingdom with regards to trade in goods and customs matters when the transitional period end on 31 December 2020. At this stage, it is not possible to preempt what the future trading relationship between the UK and EU will be. Existing supply chains involving goods originating in or going to third countries will be impacted. Join us as we discuss the current state of Brexit, provide supply chain examples in order to help your organization plan for Brexit and discuss factors to be considered of prime importance while planning.

Topics to be discussed:
• Brexit – Current state and Planning
• Supply chain examples

Presented by:
Alan Owen, Director, Customs Europe, Expeditors
Tony McDermott, Customs Operations & Systems, Europe, Expeditors
Richard Fabian, District Manager, London Heathrow, Expeditors