Brexit is coming, are you ready?
Despite the uncertainty surrounding what the future holds for UK-EU trade, developing robust and resilient supply chains will be key to minimise disruptions and allow businesses to take advantages of the opportunities Brexit can bring.
All businesses will be impacted by these changes and must therefore start contingency planning now to withstand whatever comes their way.
At Peel Ports, we already provide a variety of options for business moving goods between the UK and continental Europe, which is why we’re the perfect solution.
- Brexit-proofed our Liverpool, Heysham and London Medway ports, increasing resilience to handle additional cargo expected to divert from the Dover Straits.
- Increased throughput capacity for HGV trailers, containers and storage to support smooth operations for our customers.
- Streamlined our strategic partnerships such as Quality Freight, one of the UK’s leading shipping FF, to offer integrated/valued-added port services.
- Opened up trade opportunities by increasing additional capacity on existing services, as well as introducing new Intra-European routes serving the European market and Irish sea hubs, as well as a new MSC rail service connecting the Port of Liverpool to the East Midlands.
- Ample storage solutions available to fulfil a wide range of logistics activities to minimise the risk of disruption as a result of congestion.
- Strategically located ports across the UK which can offer proximity to market benefits, not only acting as a strategic gateway, but as a facilitator of supply chain activity and as a catalyst for reducing carbon emissions of a journey.
Our global team of experts can help your business 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.
By making use of alternative modes of shipping, such as unaccompanied RoRo or containers, logistics operators can minimise the impact of border control to enable goods to reach their final destination.
Flexible storage solutions are available to fulfil a wide range of logistics activities to contingency plan and minimise the risk of disruption as a result of congestion.
Port Responds to Fears of 7,000 Trucks Delayed at Dover
Port responds to fears of 7,000 trucks delayed at Dover
Peel Ports, the major UK port and terminals operator, has said its Port of Liverpool facility is ideally placed to contribute to the “Team UK Approach” needed to overcome major Brexit delays at Dover, following a stark warning from cabinet minister Michael Gove.
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Building Resilience to Brexit-proof supply chains
With the end of the Brexit transition period just two months away, developing robust and resilient supply chains will be key to minimise disruptions and allow businesses to take advantages of the opportunities Brexit can bring.
David Huck, Managing Director, Peel Ports.
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Brexit doors open or shut?
Our Commercial Director Stephen Carr, shares his thoughts on what challenges the next few weeks will bring, uncertainty around reaching a political agreement, and what our future trading relationship with the EU might look like.
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