CEO Peter Ward joins Savills’ podcast panel on Brexit broadcast

In the latest ‘Real Estate Insights’ podcast from leading property agents Savills, UKWA CEO Peter Ward joins an illustrious panel of experts to consider why warehousing has become one of the hottest topics in the property market and whether Brexit really will see certain supply chains grind to a halt.

It has been said that we only have enough warehouse space to store four meals worth of food here in the UK, but with Brexit looming bringing the possibility of border checks and trade tariffs will our supply chains be able to cope under the pressure?

Speaking to Guy Ruddle, Peter joins Richard Sullivan, head of industrial & logistics at Savills and Simon Dixon, managing director at supply chain and logistics consultancy Hatmill to find out ‘What impact will Brexit have on UK supply chains?’.

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Filed under: News

Tagged with: Brexit, stockpiling, supply chain interruption, warehousing

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