Leaving the EU is likely to bring both opportunities and challenges for high volume manufacturers.
For instance, many high volume manufacturing companies are worried about a possible end to tariff-free trade, while others see Brexit as an opportunity to do more business with lower-cost suppliers in countries such as China.
Three potential advantages and disadvantages of Brexit for high volume manufacturers are listed below
What will the Brexit consequences be for the food and beverage industry?
The food and beverage industry has many challenges to contend with in 2019.
The constant move towards healthier products, more demand for traceability, requests for locally sourced ingredients and retailer-supplier price squeezes are just a few constant issues
With the 29th March deadline looming, Brexit is a very real challenge facing every UK industry. The automotive aftermarket, however, is facing a particularly volatile start to 2019 if a deal is not soon agreed in Parliament.
This uncertainty is piling the pressure on businesses up and down the UK. Nonetheless, Brexit poses its fair share of opportunities as well as the uncertainties we have seen of late.
How Brexit will impact the British automotive aftermarket is not an exact science and relies heavily on the deal struck between the UK and Brussels