Logistics companies prepare for stricter customs system in the next phase of Brexit

Brexit has by no means been easy to handle, according to DSV and Ceva Logistics. In a series of articles, ShippingWatch takes a closer look at Brexit, for even though it's been six months, another set of new customs processes lie ahead. "We have not yet seen the full effect of Brexit," DSV tells ShippingWatch.

Logistics company DSV has launched preparations for the next phase of Brexit, which could worsen the flexibility when crossing the border between the UK and the EU. | Photo: DSV

Although six months have passed since Brexit came into force for real, it's still too early to breathe a sigh of relief, according to several logistics companies.

Focused efforts and additional preparations are still necessary to ensure that the freight chains are affected as little as possible by the new customs systems between the UK and the EU in the next phase of Brexit.

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