With Brexit negotiations ongoing, Transmec is helping companies to minimise potential disruption when the UK leaves the European Union.
To overcome possible delays at ports and borders, we’re making additional warehouse space available so that firms can increase levels of imported stock ahead of the scheduled exit in March 2019.
Customs clearance services are also being stepped up to help smooth the passage of freight and facilitate the expansion of trade into new markets.
“With so much uncertainty, companies with close ties to EU countries are now actively looking into how they can keep their businesses moving,” said UK general manager, John Simkins.
“The importance of logistics cannot be under-estimated and we can utilise our resources and expertise to provide the best-possible solutions.
“This includes the provision of short and long-term storage for those who may not have capacity in their own premises.”