Businesses Preparing to Sever Supply Chain Ties Between the UK and the EU to Avoid Brexit TariffsBusinesses either side of the English Channel are preparing contingency plans which could sever supply chains between the UK and EU, according to the Chartered ...
Border Force remind Heathrow ETSF/ITSF operators to fulfil their approval obligationsEmploying staff in Temporary Storage facilities.
BSI’s Global Supply Chain Intelligence report reveals top supply chain risks in 2016Cargo Theft in the Americas hits a new high, while continued risks of terrorism threatens Europe and a rise in continuity concerns surfaces in Asia.
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Robert Keen @BIFA_DGGood article challenging the predicted demise of the forwarder https://t.co/dp765jJTnX
Metro @MetroShippingShipping to Australia? There's a new packing declaration format with immediate effect! Template available here: https://t.co/4RD6XyYPOd
BIFA @BIFABusinesses Preparing to Sever Supply Chain Ties Between the UK and the EU to Avoid Brexit Tariffs. https://t.co/Bj59Ll9NlW
BIFA @BIFABorder Force remind Heathrow ETSF/ITSF operators to fulfil their approval obligations. https://t.co/Jm0yUJy3gA
Annual General MeetingNotice is hereby given that the 28th Annual General Meeting of the British International Freight Association (BIFA) will be held at The Baltic Exchange, 38 St Mary Axe, City of London, EC3A 8BH on Wednesday 31st May 2017 at 1.00pm.
BREXITEXITING THE EUROPEAN UNION
In the run up to that exit BIFA will be campaigning to ensure that the movement of the UK’s visible import and export trade does not become overburdened by over complicated trade procedures.