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Since Brexit, Ireland has faced significant supply chain issues, primarily stemming from disruptions to trade flows between the UK and the EU. The imposition of customs checks and regulatory barriers has led to delays and increased costs for goods moving between Ireland and its largest trading partner, the UK. Particularly affected are sectors heavily reliant on cross-border trade, such as agriculture and manufacturing. With intricate supply chains deeply integrated across the Irish Sea, businesses have grappled with uncertainty and logistical challenges, exacerbating concerns over product availability and pricing. Efforts to mitigate these issues, including diversifying supply chains and investing in alternative transportation routes, have been underway, but the ongoing adjustments underscore the profound impact of Brexit on Ireland’s economy and trade relationships.

Contact us today to see how we can help you, from external sourcing of retail products, manufacturing, warehousing solutions, through development of brands into the Irish market, and beyond with our marketplace expansions solutions to Amazon and eBay. 



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