The UK’s decision to leave the European Union threatens its clean energy plans. Siemens, the largest UK wind turbine manufacturer, faces a difficult decision: to what extent should it de-link its European and UK wind supply chains?
Can Arsenal Preserve Its Human Capital In The Aftermath of Brexit?
Days before the Brexit vote, Ivan Menezes, CEO of Diageo, one of the largest producers and exporters of alcohol in the world, urged his UK employees to vote to ‘stay’ in the EU. Diageo couldn’t risk the uncertainty of losing access to the favorable free trade provisions that the EU had secured. But the vote didn’t go Diageo’s way. So what next?
Increase in isolationist movements throughout the world questions the model of globally integrated supply chains. Focus on the Brexit and its consequences for Airbus.
The impact of Brexit on Kerry Group Ireland has incredibly close geographic and economic ties to the UK, with Irish exports to the UK representing 35% of total Irish exports. As such, Brexit was always going to have significant impact […]
How will the UK’s Innocent Drinks (the little smoothie company that could), deal with potential consequences of Brexit?
Ford faces numerous challenges in managing its European and UK supply chain post-Brexit.
Should Nissan, owner of the largest auto-making plant in the UK, be concerned about Brexit? The post discusses the implications of isolationism and invites debate over Nissan's actions.
McLaren Automative is one of the UK’s specialist car manufacturers. Its supply chain will have to be altered in order to adjust to a post-Brexit environment.
Could isolationist Brexit policy derail the automotive manufacturing industry in the UK? According to leadership at Nissan’s Sunderland plant in Northeast England, supply chain complications stemming from Brexit cast doubt on the future of Nissan’s UK manufacturing operations. Context: The […]