How do importers/exporters prepare for Brexit?
As a freight company involved in the importation of cargoes into the UK, our aims are to help both existing and new clients through the Brexit minefield.
The preparations we have taken include:
• ISO9001 Certification
• Application submitted for BRC (British Retail Consortium) membership
• AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) application submitted
• Closer Collaboration with Exporters, Importers, Customs, Distributors & Logistics Operators
Staff from Supply Chain Solution Ltd visited Liverpool ports yesterday to finalise a shared user warehouse, this will offer further savings to our customers by utilising increased container sizes. If you want to simply store a few pallets or lease your own facility, we will be on hand to deliver your ideal solution. From food to furniture, their advanced port-centric warehousing facilities can accommodate most products and volumes.
As a Freight Forwarder, we deal in all aspects of International, European and Domestic Trade. We are fully aware of the anxieties that face importers and exporters alike concerning Brexit and we will try to outline what we as a "supply chain partner" can do to help sure up your trade lanes in the coming years of uncertainty in the attached online brochure and pdf guide.
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