After months of negotiations, the UK and European Union finally agreed on a deal that will define their future relationship, which comes into effect at 23.00GMT on 31 December.
Fewer than one in five logistics organisations had a post-Brexit plan in case the UK voted to leave the European Union, a Logistics Manager survey has revealed.
The referendum vote to leave the EU was described as an “earthquake moment” by Road Haulage Association chief Richard Burnett.
But Logistics Manager’s quarterly trends survey found that 81.6 per cent of 320 respondents said they had no plan in that eventuality, despite the fact that 52.2 per cent said that a UK exit would have an impact on their business. Read more