New UK report warns of widespread disruption to UK-EU freight transport from 1 January 
The UK’s National Audit Office (NAO) has reported that there is still likely to be widespread disruption to UK-EU freight transport from 1 January 2021, despite some progress in recent months implementing the changes required to systems, infrastructure and resources to manage the border at the end of the UK’s post-EU Exit transition period. 
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In its fourth report assessing the UK government’s preparations at the border, on behalf of the UK parliament, the NAO highlights that planning for 1 January 2021“has built on work done for previous EU Exit deadlines, but COVID-19 has exacerbated delays in government’s preparations and significant risks remain, particularly in relation to implementing the Northern Ireland Protocol– and trader readiness more generally”. 
Please use the below link to read the full article relating to this report. 
If you are worried about affects to your supply chain following the end of the transition period, please contact a member of our team to find out what solutions we can offer to support your business and ensure your cargo continues to move without disruption. 
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