The HTA comments on post-Brexit trade barriers

The HTA is aware of Michael Gove's statement of Monday (10 February) warning businesses of “significant change” with “inevitable” border checks for “almost everybody” who imports from the EU from next year.

Currently, there are no confirmed details of how this will directly affect the horticulture industry, however the HTA is in continual contact with the relevant Government departments on this matter, ensuring members interests are represented in any potential trade deal with the EU and other countries.

As more details are confirmed, the HTA will communicate relevant details to membership on the effects that changes may have. In the meantime the HTA asks members to feed back to their thoughts about potential trade difficulties affecting individuals and business, including any comments on the cost implications which face the industry. This is whether businesses directly import or not, plus any other observations members may have, in order that the HTA can feed into the Government's EU Exit negotiations to ensure the horticulture industry gets as best a deal as possible.

For more information
Horticultural Trades Association
Horticulture House
19 High Street
West Berkshire
T: +44 (0)118 930 3132
Fax: +44 (0)118 932 3453
NGGV: +44 (0)118 930 2092

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