Brexit: Will the United Kingdom be Able to Feed Itself?

Supply Chain 24/7

For the UK, currently facing the very real prospect of a hard or no deal Brexit, complications in trading with the EU and other countries, coupled with vastly increased customs processing times, could lead to significant food and medicine shortages

My Busy day at the Richmond Supply Chain Forum

DynaSys

Culture Featured DDMRP Delos Partnership Demand Planner Demand Planning DynaSys Event Forecasting Forum Gary Shaw IBP Integrated Business Planning Katherine Mills Machine Learning Mind reader QAD QAD DynaSys Quickstart IBP Richmond Richmond Supply Chain Forum Supply Chain UK United KingdomLast week QAD DynaSys attended the Richmond Supply Chain Forum held at the Belfry Hotel & Resort in Sutton Coldfield, UK.

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How Would a Hard Brexit Impact UK/EU Trade?

QAD

On 23 June 2016, the citizens of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. This is formally named the “United Kingdom European Union membership referendum,” but is more commonly referred to as Brexit, a portmanteau of “British” and “exit”. Examples of these codes include the WTO’s Harmonized System (HS); the EU codes from TARIC, the integrated Tariff of the European Union; and the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) of the United States.

Supply Chain Weekly Wrap-Up 10/02/2020 – 10/08/2020

All Things Supply Chain

Supply Chain Weekly Wrap-Up 09/11/2020 – 09/17/2020

All Things Supply Chain

UK strikes post-Brexit trade agreement with Japan The United Kingdom has announced a $19.5 billion deal with Japan which will take effect on January 1st, 2021. The deal aims to… General Supply Chain News Weekly wrap-up

Unleashed Heads to Glasgow for Brewers Lecture

Unleashed

Company News beer brewing breweries brewery inventory management craft brewery GB inventory management inventory management software united kingdomBrewers Journal is holding Brewers Lectures — a series of half-day lectures to inspire change, encourage discussion and share brewing expertise. This series is held five times a year across the UK and Ireland. The team at Unleashed will be sponsoring and attending the July lectures in Glasgow.

UK troubles exposes risks of modern supply chains

ChainPoint

Whether it’s Covid, Brexit or some combination of the two, empty shelves are popping up in large portions of the United Kingdom. Mostly an inconvenience, replenishment of the most important goods is not in question. Still, empty shelves are unfamiliar sight in any advanced economy.

Will Brexit Beat Up Global Supply Chains?

The Network Effect

The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union has sent shock waves around the globe as businesses and governments. The post Will Brexit Beat Up Global Supply Chains? appeared first on The Network Effect. SCM Supply Chain Management The Network Effect automotive Brexit EU global supply chains supply chain UK

Ireland—the Answer to your Post-Brexit Supply Chain

ModusLink Corporation

When the United Kingdom voted to part ways with the European Union (EU) two years ago, it opened doors for change, possibility and above all else, uncertainty. Due to ongoing negotiations around what exactly Brexit will entail, the shift has left brands across all industries guessing what the future holds for business — making planning […]. The post Ireland—the Answer to your Post-Brexit Supply Chain appeared first on Steel Connect.

With Brexit Looming, New Supply Chain Requirements Emerge

Brookes Supply Chain Planning Blog

On October 31st, the United Kingdom will leave the EU, with or without an exit deal. This, combined with the 2019 EU election results that changed the political landscape, opens speculation regarding this alternative reality, and what requirements it would put on companies in the EU. supply chain brexit

Digital and the Supply Chain—How Far Have We Come?

The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society

Before relocating to Sin- gapore, he worked in the aerospace sector in the United Kingdom and focused on process efficiencies. The reality of digitalisation.

After Brexit: It’s Time to Model Your Supply Chain

Logistics Viewpoints

In June the citizens of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. As a result, the political system is in a state of chaos as the various parties jockey for control. Some of the changes expected from a Brexit (i.e. British Exit) vote have already happened. A week from the referendum, the pound was down 10 percent against the US dollar and eight percent against the Euro. The UK Chancellor has said there […].

Import Bans from China Grow in US and UK

Logility

The latest developments from the United Kingdom and United States show there is strong action being taken to change the way materials are sourced.

China 158

Supply Chain Weekly Wrap-Up 09/11/2020 – 09/17/2020

All Things Supply Chain

UK strikes post-Brexit trade agreement with Japan The United Kingdom has announced a $19.5 billion deal with Japan which will take effect on January 1st, 2021. The deal aims to… General Supply Chain News Weekly wrap-up

Game Over as Bankrupt Toys ‘R’ Us Files for Liquidation and Begins US & UK Store Closures

Supply Chain 24/7

Toys ‘R’ Us Inc, the iconic toy retailer, will shutter or sell its stores in the United States and the United Kingdom after failing to find a buyer or reach a deal to restructure billions in debt, putting at risk about 30,000 retail and supply chain jobs

With Brexit Looming, New Supply Chain Requirements Emerge

ToolsGroup

On October 31st, the United Kingdom will leave the EU, with or without an exit deal. As October 31st draws closer, so does the deadline for the United Kingdom to leave the EU. This, combined with the 2019 EU election results that changed the political landscape, opens speculation regarding this alternative reality, and what requirements it would put on companies in the EU.

IAG Cargo Restarts London to Tokyo Service

Supply Chain Brain

IAG Cargo has restarted its direct service from the United Kingdom to Tokyo. The service will run year-round, three times per week from London Heathrow

Hard Lessons from a Hard Brexit Landing

MIT Supply Chain

The United Kingdom’s tortuous withdrawal from the European Union appears to be headed for a hard landing. Instead of leaving the EU in an orderly fashion, the country could be unceremoniously dumped outside the door without an agreement. The experience is delivering some harsh lessons for the UK – and for other countries including the […].

IAG Cargo Restarts London to South Korea Service

Supply Chain Brain

IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group has announced a return of its direct service from the United Kingdom to South Korea.

Supply Chain weekly wrap-up: 7/1/16 – 7/7/16

All Things Supply Chain

16 Teams participate in Amazon’s latest robot picking challenge Recent study results released by Oxford University and Deloitte claim that approximately 33% of jobs in the United Kingdom could be done by machines within the next 20 years. Jobs within … Continue reading → Supply Chain News Weekly wrap-up supply chain news

There’s Blood in the Supply Chain

ToolsGroup

The National Health Service (NHS), the world’s largest health care organization, has implemented a new supply chain planning system for managing the United Kingdom’s blood supply. The backstory is that the NHS had a manually-intensive push approach for managing a rather complex supply chain: a team of 3000 people, 6000 units delivered every day, hundreds of hospitals, blood components of all kinds, and around the clock demand.

Download Resilinc's Brexit Global Supply Chain Impact Analysis Whitepaper

Resilinc

On June 24 th 2016, citizens of the United Kingdom voted and passed a referendum to leave the European Union. Better known as “Brexit”, the move sent a shock wave through global financial and currency markets. In context of the interconnected globalized economy, Brexit is not a localized phenomenon. Given the significance of the UK to the world economy, the vote has global economic repercussions and its’ impact is not limited to the UK and its citizens.

Do We Really Need a New Smart Phone Every Two Years?

SCM Research

A new United Nations University report, titled The Global E-waste Monitor 2014 , details e-waste generation by region. With 32% of the world’s total, the United States (7.1 kg), Switzerland, Iceland, Denmark, and the United Kingdom. United Nations University, IAS – SCYCLE, Bonn, Germany. We all know about natural resource scarcity.

Forecasting Brexit’s Logistics Implications

APICS

Just about a week ago, the world received the news that citizens of the United Kingdom (UK) voted to withdraw from the European Union (EU) by a narrow margin of 4 percentage points. Now, after months of speculating whether or not Brexit could be a reality, the business world is forecasting how Brexit will affect global commerce.

What is a Bonded Warehouse? The 2021 Guide

Unleashed

This article considers what a bonded warehouse is, and how they are managed across different jurisdictions such as the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and the United States. per litre of pure alcohol, according to the United Kingdom’s official tax policy.

David Rajakovich Becomes CEO of SiPM, following investment by Levine Leichtman Capital Partners

Procurement Academy

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, DATE –7/24/2020 On 23 June 2020, SiPM announced the appointment of David Rajakovich as its new CEO. David Rajakovich was promoted by SiPM from the role of Managing Director Operations and started with the company in 2013.

The Medical Device Industry in 2020-2021: Key Trends & Outlook

Unleashed

Here we break down the key trends affecting the medical device manufacturing sector in 2020 and 2021, focusing on the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. United Kingdom medical technology trends. Legislation in the United Kingdom. United Kingdom.

Provenance founder is awarded MBE from the Queen’s Honour List for services in Global Supply Chains

Provenance

With famous faces, such as Olivia Colman and Bear Grylls , as well as members of the general public, the list “recognises the achievements of a wide range of extraordinary people across the United Kingdom.” (– Cabinet Office ). We’re proud to announce that our founder and CEO, Jessi Baker, has received an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) for the Queen’s Honour List , announced on the Queen’s birthday, 8th of June 2019.

U.K.’s Carbon Dioxide Shortage Creates Concern for Meat, Beer and Crumpet Supply

APICS

As people in the United States wind down from celebrating Independence Day — often with beer and meat – people in the United Kingdom may soon face a beer and meat shortage, due to a scarcity of carbon dioxide across the U.K.

BluJay is Named a “Ready for Brexit” Software Provider for Portbase in the Netherlands

BluJay Solutions

Notification Import and Export Documentation is a crucial part of the Dutch chain solution to enable faster transport of goods to and from the United Kingdom after Brexit.

Distribution Disruption Causes KFC Chicken Shortage

APICS

Last week, even the Colonel couldn’t help KFC restaurants in the United Kingdom. Approximately 800 of the 900 KFCs in the U.K. temporarily closed because of a chicken shortage, according to CNN Money

SCL Event – September 2014

Supply Chain Movement

Venue: Whittlebury Hall– Northamptonshire, United Kingdom. The SCL Event. Date: 30 September – 1 October 2014. Organiser: Global Business Events. URL: www.2014.scl-event.com. The aim of the event is to leverage the global executive community to create a world-class platform of end-user driven academia to help executives make the right decisions for their organization.

Regional health check; how is small business faring across countries?

TradeGecko

Today we take a deep dive into trends in key markets across three key regions; the United States, United Kingdom and Australia, comparing 2019 sales volumes to 2020.

Pending Belarus sanctions could complicate East-West freight moves

The Supply Chain Journal

The United States, EU, Canada and the United Kingdom are developing sanctions targeted against key members of Lukashenko’s regime and several state-owned companies.

Technology Can Help Feed the World, Part 1

Enterra Insights

Every day, more primary forest falls against a tide of crops and pasture and each year an area as large as the United Kingdom is lost.