Supply chain leaders backing Britain to stay in EU

March 11, 2016

In an informal poll of over 100 of the UK’s leading logistics professionals at UKWA’s recent networking luncheon at the House of Lords, more than 60 per cent ‘voted’ that the nation’s best interests would be served by Britain remaining part of the EU.

Hosted by Lord Brabazon of Tara and delivered in partnership with supply chain identification solutions specialists, Zetes, the event was attended by some 110 senior personnel from UKWA member companies along with key suppliers to the logistics industry, supply chain directors from the retail and manufacturing sectors and a number of Parliamentarians. Amongst these, were Jill Seymour, UKIP MEP for the West Midlands and Lord Haskins, who each made a short presentation on opposite sides of the ‘Brexit’ debate.

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