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Brexit news

With the ever-changing news surrounding this most important of issues in the UK, Westcoast has established a team, chaired by Alex Tatham, Westcoast’s Managing Director, to review the latest government guidance surrounding Brexit, review customer questions as they are submitted and engage with key vendors in Westcoast’s own supply chain.

The team will update this ‘Brexit’ area with plans Westcoast is making and any firm guidance the company can give to all stakeholders. Please check on this site regularly for updates (at least monthly).

For any questions or queries contact our Westcoast Brexit committee at brexit@westcoast.co.uk

LATEST NEWS

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Brexit: Important information regarding HPE & Aruba orders

As you will be aware, 1 January 2021 marks the first day where the UK will no longer be part of the EU. Hewlett Packard Enterprise remains focused on accelerating readiness to ensure a smooth exit, and as a result need to make some internal changes to reflect the new terms. These changes will affect HPE & Aruba orders in the short term. read more

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Ticking off the Brexit checklist – Join the roundtable discussion

To assist with Brexit preparations, together with CRN, we have questioned more than 300 UK channel partners to see how prepared they were for Brexit and what their most pressing concerns were pre-January 2021 read more

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Brexit News - October 2020 update

Following Westcoast’s most recent Brexit meeting, we are delighted to submit an update to our customers and suppliers regarding Westcoast’s own plans for Brexit. Our preparations are based on the assumption that there will be no European Free Trade Agreement in place by 1 January 2021. read more

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Brexit News - August 2020 update

Whilst the UK has exited the European Union at the start of the year, no real changes in trading conditions has been experienced as a result. This will not be true if the UK and the EU cannot agree a trade deal at the end of 2020. Recent reports have shown the Cabinet Office preparing for widespread disruption should such a scenario coincide with a second wave of Coronavirus in the UK. read more

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