Britain’s supply chains face a major skills shortage, and with the status of European workers post-Brexit still uncertain, the problem could intensify further still.
Nearly 200,000 EU workers are employed in the UK supply chain and Freight Transport Association (FTA) head of skills Sally Gibson wants clarity on their situation post-Brexit as soon as possible.
“Logistics is the nation’s unsung-hero industry; it keeps food on the shelves, medicines in our hospitals and raw materials …
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Source: The Loadstar