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UK logistics providers consider post-Brexit options

Britain’s central role in pan-EU distribution strategies is declining as shippers move activities to mainland Europe and third-party logistics companies seek out new hubs

Companies are looking at ways to reduce the number of times that goods are actually being transferred between the UK and Europe, says Dutch shipper body

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