Carousel launches Brexit helpline
The initiative is aimed specifically at helping European organisations, that deal with time critical spare parts and products. Experts at Carousel will support companies to navigate their way through a myriad of political updates, improving their understanding of the potential impact Brexit could have on supply chains, and offering expert advice on specific services or solutions that they may need assistance with. Interested parties can get in touch with Carousel using the details below, with lines monitored five days a week, 9am-5.30pm:
- +44(0)1795 508 142
Carousel Logistics and Brexit
As a leading European service-logistics specialist focusing on high-performance industries, Carousel has more than 30 years’ experience in customs and clearance. Having launched its Brexit Action Team last year, the logistics specialist is perfectly positioned to offer expertise, time-critical services and solution design advice.
Some of the key services Carousel can offer to support with scenario planning include:
- Additional warehousing throughout the UK and in Europe
- Bonded warehousing
- Daytime flights and extra capacity on routes from Baden-Baden and other key European destinations
- Express line haul services, supporting a just in time logistics model
- Customs clearance and cross border expertise.
With a focus on supporting companies garner efficiencies across their supply chains to help them remain competitive, Carousel has also been investing heavily in a new service and technology platform called Gateway – offering an innovative way for clients to manage their logistics and further optimise existing resources.
Earlier this year, Carousel launched its third white paper focusing on the subject of Brexit. Brexit and logistics: a catalyst for change and innovation? reveals the findings of the research about the preparedness of UK and German organisations and what they are doing to get ready.
Graham Martin, Co-Founder and CEO at Carousel Logistics said: “Regardless of what happens as a consequence of leaving the European Union, what we do know is that it’s more important than ever before that high-performance industries remain competitive post-Brexit; and a huge part of this is in the way that organisations prepare their logistics processes.
“Given our in-depth market intelligence, comprehensive due diligence planning, sophisticated service and technology platform and European Network, we are in an excellent position to help organisations optimise major parts of their supply chain. Our Brexit helpline is there to offer strategic advice and flexible solutions, no matter what stage organisations are currently at. We urge people to get in touch to ensure they can harness all the potential opportunities of Brexit, now.”
If you’re a large European organisation with time critical spare parts or products and need help with your Brexit scenario planning, please click the link below and a member of the team will get in touch.