Haulers Need to Advance their Brexit Preparations

There are only a couple of months to go now until Brexit. Hauliers now need to try and take immediate action if they ever want to advance their preparations or they risk increasing a number of delays. The red tape and even the cost of doing future business will also increase as well. This is according to the FTA Ireland. They are the leading organisation when it comes to representing the overall logistics of the industry.

The advice has come as the FTAI launches their own guide. Brexit preparedness is at an all-time low and the guide comes with various steps that hauliers can take in order to try and mitigate any risks that may be present for their business. Aidan Flynn, who is actually the general manager of FTAI has commented saying that no matter what the outcome of Brexit, it will have a huge impact on the UK's ability to trade. 2019 is also going to bring a huge amount of uncertainty. There are however steps that most hauliers can take to try and mitigate this risk. There are only 100 days to go now, and not many hauliers are prepared. This is why the FTAI have launched their very own comprehensive guide. They are going to recommend and even aid preparedness and they are also going to try and cover key routes to market. This is to try and help those who need it the most while also making sure that they have a plan in place in case a no-deal Brexit is achieved. This is going to affect you if you work in driver recruitment or even as part of a driving agency. Of course, with that being said, there are a few things that you can do to try and help yourself.

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