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Port of Portsmouth – its role in “No Deal” Brexit planning

No one knows what will happen on 29th March 2019 and whether we will actually leave the European Union, but as part of the UK Government’s “No-Deal” Brexit preparations, ports such as Plymouth, Poole and Portsmouth could see an extra 4,000 lorries per week in a bid to ease potential congestion at Dover. There are concerns that Customs checks there would take longer and that this would create long queues of freight looking to enter the docks.

Companies with current warehousing or pick and pack e-commerce facilities near Dover should consider utilising capacity at alternative ports to minimise any disruption.

Codestorm is based near the Port of Portsmouth and is able to provide a range of 3pl e-commerce fulfilment and mailing solutions to businesses, both British or European, looking to distribute products direct to consumers or through wholesale channels. Full visibility of the fulfilment process is made possible using Codestorm’s bespoke software which integrates fully with existing e-commerce platforms such as Shopify, Amazon, Woo Commerce or Magento and even in-house bespoke systems. New clients can be set up in under 24 hours.

Who knows what will happen when it comes to Brexit but it’s best to be prepared for all eventualities and work with trusted providers to mitigate any negative impacts.

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