Lean activities will usually fail to achieve their full potential if they are based on product or production focus rather than customer focus.
So many companies whether they be manufacturers or in the service sector don’t even think about extending their client base. Why is that do you think? How hard would it be? Our products and services are just as good as those in any other country.
by Mike Court, International Trade Compliance Specialist Changes to documentation, licences and exemptions for controlled goods are due to take place following the Brexit transition period. The UK Government maintains that, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Brexit is still very much on course and so the deadline remains 1st January 2021. …
What type of company does AEO apply to? AEO status is an internationally recognised quality mark that shows your company is efficient in meeting UK and EU standards and that your international supply chain is secure. You will already have registered for an EORI number and have defined and documented …
Getting to grips with international trade and looking at opportunities in overseas markets can be difficult at the best of times, and even more important now that Brexit is a reality. Global business experts sometimes use unfamiliar language, or technical terminology when they work in overseas markets. South West based …
When Lean Operations are implemented in the right way for the right reasons it can save a business. When applied in a proactive planned manner, it places the business ahead of the competition.
Here is a list of the most important documents each business is required to keep in an audit file for importing and exporting
What are your top six steps to prepare for Brexit? Here’s a summary from meeting a cross-section of UK businesses
How do I prepare for Brexit? A lot of questions, press activity, rumours and opinions – which to listen to, where to go for sound practical advice? What do you need to know? What do you need to do?
With Brexit looming much attention has been given to preparing for the future of manufacturing imports and exports, supply chains, tariffs, stockpiling strategic supplies and components and ensuring transport routes remain open. Little attention has been given to how the service sector will cope. This is a grave mistake.