October 2020 - Customer update on Brexit
Together we keep Europe and your business moving!
Brexit has happened! From the 1st of January 2021, trade between the EU and the UK will require customs export and import declarations, with some goods requiring additional checks.
To ensure minimum risk against any delays, we have invested heavily to provide an “end to end” service for our customers including import and export declarations and the management of any additional border controls and checks.
DB Schenker is preparing to support through Brexit – Oliver Bohm (Chief Commercial Officer Europe), Chris Clayton (Brexit Program Lead), Julie Heard (Chief Commercial Officer Cluster UK & IE) and Ray Hennessy (Cluster CEO UK & IE) give an insight on the road ahead, when it comes to Brexit preparedness.
January 2021 - Customer update on Brexit
As a global company engaged in transport to or from the UK Brexit will present challenges to your business. DB Schenker understands the complexities these changes will bring and is employing significant resources to ensure the continuity of our market leading services.
It is of the utmost importance that we approach the Brexit challenges in genuine partnership with you as the success that we both seek is interdependent.
We at DB Schenker have been engaged in detailed preparations for the past two years including the setup of a pan-European Brexit taskforce.
As of December 8, 2020 – this information is supplied without liability.