Brexit proving a 'disaster' for smaller publishers despite delays easing

Brexit proving a 'disaster' for smaller publishers despite delays easing

Brexit has been a “disaster” for smaller publishers exporting to Europe, distributor Turnaround Publisher Services has warned, although Gardners has stressed border delays have eased recently.

Some publishers have reported delays of up to 18 days in getting deliveries to customers in Ireland, while the Independent Publishers Guild said some of its members had to suspend direct orders to EU customers because of the problems.

Last week, Publishers Association c.e.o. Stephen Lotinga echoed those concerns, saying his members had reported problems with “additional paperwork, unexpected costs, ...

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