Preparing Steel for Brexit

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The purpose of this guidance is to assist members in preparing for Brexit – be that a no deal scenario in March 2019 or a transition period followed by a soft Brexit in December 2020. The guidance takes members through a list of areas that are highly likely to change for your company post-March 2019 and advises on what your company needs to do to prepare. The guidance also includes an extensive user-friendly checklist for you to work against.

The aim of the guidance is to ensure that when March comes around, there are no surprises for your company.

If you have any questions at all about how to prepare for Brexit, beyond what is contained in this guidance, or if there is something you think that we as UK Steel should be advocating for on members’ behalf, we are here to help.

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