Horizon International recently participated in a roundtable event, hosted by The Business Magazine, focused on the potential post-Brexit impact on UK manufacturing.
Business leaders from Thames Valley companies took part in the event, which covered several potential outcomes from a “deal or no deal” Brexit end-game.
The discussions focused on the potential impact on cross-border trade, logistics, employee retention and export growth.
Unsurprisingly perhaps, this roundtable covered several rather downbeat potential outcomes from a protracted ’deal or no deal’ Brexit end-game. It took place on 28th November, the day when official government long-term economic analysis revealed that any form of Brexit – both deal or no-deal, will make the UK economy worse off long-term compared with staying in the EU.
Official figures say the UK economy could be up to 3.9% smaller after 15 years under Theresa May’s Brexit plan, and a no-deal Brexit could deliver a 9.3% decrease.
However, there was Brexit positivity too during the discussion, held at Madejski Stadium’s boardroom in Reading.
Horizon International’s UK Supply Chain Manager, Richard Perriman represented the company at this event – providing insight into the logistics and supply chain challenges the UK may face post-Brexit.
For more information about how supply chains may be affected by Brexit, please see our news item – Preparing for Brexit or contact us to schedule a call with one of our supply chain experts.