After a December full of major strikes, it looks like Britain’s “winter of discontent” is rumbling on into the New Year.
The end of 2022 was marked by mass industrial unrest as employees across the country’s transport network and civil services suspended their work.
In their bids to force through improvements to working conditions and pay, almost 40,000 UK workers walked out during the busiest period of the year. In January, UK supply chains are primed for yet more disruption as the strikes are set to continue.
“There is good reason to be concerned about current supply chain disruptions caused by industrial disputes. Fortunately, we are here to help our clients organise every aspect of supply schemes, from planning inbound and outbound logistics to last mile transport and customs clearances. In the long run, it is agility that will distinguish businesses that thrive from those that merely survive,” says Anna Smirnova, Head of AsstrA IPL UK.
Based in London, AsstrA UK Ltd offers clients and partners a full range of logistics services. We provide Customs Clearance, sea, air and road transport solutions for cargoes coming from and to the United Kingdom.
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Author: Aneta Kowalczyk.