No deal Brexit: Export and printing logistics are key trade concerns

No deal Brexit: Export and printing logistics are key trade concerns

Export and printing logistics have emerged as key trade concerns in the event of a no deal Brexit, with indie publishers and printers warning shipping and customs delays could bring the book trade “to a halt” if Britain leaves the European Union without an agreement. 

Customs delays to shipping physical products to Europe will be “detrimental” to the industry, according to the Publishers Association (PA) which is “actively planning” for a number of potential Brexit scenarios. Society of Authors (SoA) chief executive Nicola Solomon warned a no deal exit would be the “worst possible outcome”...

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