2.19 Brexit Readiness Questionnaire
Prior to Brexit day on the 29 March 2019, the UK was granted two extensions to delay Article 50 by the EU and will now cease to be a member of the European Union on the 31 October 2019. With a change in leadership the risk of a No deal scenario has in our opinion increased. Without a Withdrawal agreement this would mean we would leave the European Union without any transition period.
Camlab will again be looking to address supply chain issues on critical products in the interests of our customers. Since March 2019, Camlab has significantly increased its stockholding and freed up warehouse capacity.Completion of the installation of new pallet racking in June 2019 resulted in an increase of free warehouse pallet space by 23%. A number of suppliers are now using this space to mitigate the supply risks of Brexit. We are happy to work with other suppliers of critical products and discuss the utilisation of available space in our UK warehouse to hold temporary stock on behalf of others and reduce the impact of a Brexit 'No deal scenario' for our customers.
This questionnaire is designed to assess how our organisation and others have considered the high level impacts of Brexit to the business, and the continuity of providing goods and/or services to our customers. Camlab has sent this questionnaire to all our main suppliers and is using this to help prepare for Brexit No Deal.
This questionnaire is designed to assess how Camlab has considered the high level impacts of Brexit to the business, and the continuity of providing goods and/or services