Hard Brexit: 7 things business needs to worry about

What do companies need to do as a matter of urgency to ensure they can continue to get their goods out of Ireland and into the UK in the event of a cliff-edge Brexit?

2nd April, 2019
Dublin Port preparing for Brexit. Pic: RollingNews.ie

There are several areas we would suggest focusing on as a matter of priority, as all of these can result in a potential increase in costs and a hit to the bottom line, impact the competitiveness and profitability of the company, and cause delays in getting goods to market.

Duty costs

The first thing all clients ask us is what will the additional costs be in terms of duties and tariffs. This will...

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