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UK manufacturers are looking for ways to the European Union after Brexit

“As United Kingdom and the European Union continue negotiations trying to find an agreement on a common post-Brexit trade, 1 January is already knocking on the door. UK food, beverages and other producers are looking forward to that day with anxiety. They still don’t know how things will go next year: what agreements, tariffs and procedures will be valid. So, instead of waiting for the end of negotiations, they are already looking for solutions.


Consequences of Brexit for UK manufacturers

Failure to reach a consensus would primarily affect buyers, as customs and procedural costs would increase the prices. At the same time, there would be problems that have ceased to exist for many years: inconsistencies in labeling, tedious checks, delays at borders and, at the same time, issues of food quality and freshness.

No longer believing in the agreement, UK distilleries and other producers are looking for ways to move their production to the European Union. It is a huge market that no one wants to lose, as it would lead to a decrease in turnover, financial losses, redundancies.


“Integre Trans” solution

“Integre Trans” is ready to help UK manufacturers. With our warehouses in neighboring France, we are able to accept and safely store British products, ensuring strict quality storage criteria. From these warehouses, we can distribute the products throughout the European Union, using our extensive network of trucks. This would reduce the burden of bureaucratic processes and increase the speed of delivery, making it easier and simpler for UK companies to reach the final consumer after 1 January 2021.”


Laurynas Burauskas


We would like to inform you that our company – Integre Trans – is dedicated to operating according to the letter of the law, regulations, and the universally-applicable recommendations for good conduct, as well as to implementing high business ethics, social responsibility and integrity standards. We strive to actively oppose corruption, bribery and money laundering, as well as discrimination. The company does not establish relationships with suppliers who conduct criminal activities, who distinguish themselves by unethical behaviour or who operate in a shadow economy. Integre Trans demands high operational standards not only from itself, but also from its suppliers. The Integre Trans Suppliers’ Code of Conduct and Social Responsibility (hereafter the “Code”) defines the main operational principles for the suppliers of Integre Trans.

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Last week, our company representatives Lukas and Aleksandras, took part in the TAPA‘s organization (which includes over the 700 members worldwide) training course TAPA TSR (Transported Asset Protection Association – Trucking Security Requirements). The main topic of the training – globally recognized freight security policies and their requirements.

After successfully passing the exams, our representatives have received an Authorized Auditor (AA) certificates. These certificates give the right to conduct internal audits of the company and present the results to TAPA‘s headquarters, that shows our preparation for safe and reliable transportation of TAPA members assets.


In few weeks on June 4-7 we Zana Kel, Laurynas Burauskas, Goran Vareskic, Cezar Sandu, Daivute Hehnen will be at the world‘s leading trade fair for logistics and transport in Munich. Let us know if you will be there too! Please contact Goran Vareskic and schedule a meeting. ; +49 (0) 731 3799 4136

Find us at Hall A5, stand no. 307/408.