The Supply Chain Academy are very proud to be hosting the “Brexit: The Future of the Supply Chain” event at our Upminster Court training and conference facility this month.

On the 31st of August we will be receiving over 200 guests to witness and participate in the event of the year, as a superlative selection of respected speakers provide insight into the future of the supply chain after the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.

The event will be captured on video and we will be releasing edited versions shortly afterwards.

 

Some of the key issues being discussed will be:

– UK-related capital currencies, and costs.

– Supply chain product and service flows

– Supply Chain relationships and behaviours

– UK import and export law

– Long – term changes in INCOterms, costs, taxes, and UK-specific regulations

 

Guest Speakers Include:

Alex Golledge – Bank of England

Anthony Robinson – Confederation of British Industry (CBI)

Suren Thiru – British Chamber of Commerce

Ian Rowe – Leeds Trinity University

Gary Cobbing – Uniserve Group

Simon Manasseh – Linde Material Handling

Terry Clear – Customs Insights Consulting

Perry Jackson & Alex Black – Mitsubishi Electric

 

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