The UK & Ireland will remain significant trading partners for the foreseeable future despite the fact that the UK has decided to leave the EU. Ireland and Britain trade over €1 Billion worth of good and services each week.
The manufacturing & supply chain sector in the UK and Ireland has experienced significant disruption since the implementation of the Brexit agreement on January 1st. Manufacturers and suppliers are working through the real-world implications in terms of procurement, supply chain and compliance.
Join your peers from the food, pharmaceutical, medical, chemical and electronics manufacturing & supply chain sectors to gain a better understanding of the key issues facing the industry. Hear directly for equipment, materials and service suppliers in the UK and Ireland how new procedures have been implemented to overcome barriers.
- What have we learned since January 1st
- Employment / Labour
- VAT & Tariff Regulations
- North South / East West Opportunities
- Origin Issues
- Supply Chain & Logistics Solutions
- UKCA / CE Marking
- Customs Clearance Technology & Grants
- Legal Company Structures
- Standards, Compliance & Certifications
- Data, Automation, Innovation
Henrik Von Scheel
Originator of Industry 4.0
Director of Engineering – Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc
CTO EMEA – Dell Technologies
CEO – Siemens
Head of IBEC’s Engineering Network – IBEC