Are you Brexit Ready?


Are you in a business that is heavily affected by Brexit?

With the Brexit transition period due to expire on 31 December 2020, it’s important that your business is prepared by the end of this year.

Whatever the outcome, the end of the transition will lead to a fundamental change in the trading relationship between the UK and the EU, which is likely to have an impact on your business.

At Quality Freight UK (part of the Peel Ports Group), our global team of experts can help your business meet the challenges of preparing for Brexit and resolve many of the practical difficulties after the transition period ends.

We will:

  • Explain in a simple manner what requirements your business needs to provide.
  • Ship your cargo from A to B seamlessly around the world and help you with the complexities of border controls and customs regulations on both sides of the transaction.
  • Offer a personalised, competitive, fast and efficient service tailored to your needs across all modes of transport including air, rail, land and sea.
  • Provide an onward transport solution to all UK destinations for our customers. We have our own dedicated transport team who are adept to deliver your cargo anywhere within the UK.

 



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