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Join us at the Brexit Business Briefing: Movement of goods
The Gherkin, London, 1st November, 2018

Could Brexit stop your supply chain delivering the goods?

Achieve frictionless trade in a post-Brexit world

Join OpenText and Brexit subject matter experts to learn how to achieve frictionless trade in a post-Brexit world.


  • Alex De Ruyter, Professor and Director of the Centre for Brexit Studies at Birmingham City University

The speaker will help you navigate many of the potential movement of goods implications of Brexit, including:

  • How to handle cross-border operations
  • Changing supply chain dynamics
  • The impact on manufacturing, fulfilment, delivery, cost and complexity
  • How to preserve frictionless trade of both UK and EU companies

Register today and keep your movement of goods on track.

The United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union (EU) in April 2019. With the implementation of Brexit, a new set of customs arrangements will take effect that will change cross-border trading relationships.

OpenText white paper Achieving frictionless trade

Achieving frictionless trade

Read our white paper, Achieving frictionless trade, to learn how advanced shipping notices (ASNs) can facilitate post-Brexit customs requirements and play an important role in the post-Brexit technology solution.

View the white paper


Brexit Briefing Series:

Movement of goods
The Gherkin, London, 1st November, 2018

Register now