Post-Brexit Trade Compliance Management

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The UK’s withdrawal from the European Union—commonly known as Brexit—on December 31, 2020, had an enormous impact on supply chains worldwide. The departure significantly disrupted operations for many organizations and caused unintended non-compliance. Established regulations and trade norms changed overnight, prompting companies that import to or export from the UK to adapt to the new regulatory landscape to minimize the impact on their operations.

This solution brief explores how e2open can help keep your supply chain running smoothly after major trade shifts like Brexit and the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). With the capabilities in e2open’s suite of global trade applications, you’ll gain unparalleled clarity regarding changing customs and trade regulations and improve your ability to protect margins by identifying duties and costs in effect before and after Brexit.

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