New study from DDC FPO of The DDC Group uncovers the realities of post-Brexit business challenges
April 30, 2021 — Global provider of business process outsourcing (BPO) solutions, The DDC Group, has released a new white paper from its freight-focused business unit, DDC FPO, discussing the impacts of Brexit on transport and logistics companies.
The white paper, Brand New Britain: What Post-Brexit Really Means for Businesses, examines the current impacts of Brexit, expectations for the next 12-18 months, and common challenges that organisations are experiencing, such as increased paperwork, staffing changes, and supply chain disruptions.
The data in this white paper was compiled from the results of DDC FPO’s recently conducted market research survey on Brexit-related challenges. Respondents include executives and decision makers at a variety of organisation types within the industry, including third-party logistics companies, warehousing companies, freight forwarders, manufacturers, customs brokers, online retailers, and more.
According to the survey, 99% of respondents are currently facing Brexit-related business challenges, and 69% expect their operations to be negatively affected for more than 12 months. The white paper highlights the most impacted business areas, offers insight into the overall state of business for organisations whose operations have been affected, and explores common topics of concern for the near future.
The DDC Group is a worldwide network of business process outsourcing companies with over 30 years of proven business process excellence, which has guided its clients through globalisation, market fluctuations and technological determinism.
The company’s wide array of resources, innovative technologies, proprietary workflows, subject matter expertise, and deep connections with key influencers in strategic regions and sectors allows its business units to deliver services in a uniquely flexible and reliable framework that maintains both unyielding business continuity and service level agreements despite market volatility.
Across all of DDC’s member companies, 5,000 industry-trained subject matter experts apply their decades of experience to achieve compelling results for each client globally. To learn more, visit www.theddcgroup.com