Freight forwarders are beginning to withdraw operations from Northern Ireland amid increasing concern about the capability of UK customs systems to handle dual-tariff procedures post-Brexit.
Agency Sector Management (ASM) chairman Peter MacSwiney told The Loadstar two of his largest customers had informed him they would be relocating to the Republic of Ireland after the UK leaves the European Union on 1 January.
“They said they would not be dealing with Northern Ireland because …
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Source: The Loadstar