Fewer than one in five logistics companies have Brexit strategy, says survey

A survey by Logistics Manager has revealed that less than 20 per cent of UK logistics companies had a contingency plan in place in case Britain voted to leave the EU.

81.6 per cent of 320 respondents to the survey – which was carried out in the two weeks leading up to the referendum – said they had no plan in place for Brexit.

The RHA and FTA have both reacted to the shock referendum outcome, with the RHA calling is an “earthquake moment” and the FTA warning that Britain’s departure from the EU risks “new costs, restrictions and bureaucratic requirements” for the UK.

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