The food and drink sector is growing increasingly concerned about Brexit negotiations and the impact that they will have on their business. According to a comprehensive survey by Food Manufacture, most businesses asked are bracing themselves for a turbulent period as the UK exits the EU.
47% of respondents believed that their exports have grown in the last year, with the same number expecting more government support. Only 28% of those asked in Food Manufacture’s survey felt that Brexit would deliver a boost to their business.
The consensus seems to be that Brexit will make trading with the EU more difficult and potentially more expensive. Smylies understands why manufacturers are concerned but can help them to explore new markets further afield.
Smylies exports products from Kellogg’s, Cadbury’s and other renowned brands to international destinations using effective and efficient procedures. Before exporting goods, they are stored in our state-of-the-art warehouse in temperature controlled storage facilities.
The Smylies specialists then determine the best way of exporting goods, utilising a secure network of air, sea and road freight. Discover the full range of services that Smylies provides to our clients, including labelling, logistics and export documentation.
Our talented team understands the complexities of exporting to destinations with different cultures, climates and regulations. We make sure each shipment has everything it needs to move through customs smoothly, approaching each and every job with the same professionalism and attention to detail.
If you’re looking to take advantage of overseas markets, then speak to an export specialist from Smylies today. We export British food and drink products to destinations all over the world, including Australia, Asia and the Middle East. Call us today on +44 (0) 151 653 3335 or contact us online.