No immediate changes to any existing trade arrangements for Spring after Brexit

Brexit

The Hague, 24th of June 2016 - Yesterday the British voted in a referendum to leave the EU. In the media this is referred to as the Brexit.

A small majority (51.9%) voted in favour of the United Kingdom to exit the European Union. The United Kingdom has been a state member since 1973.

In the coming period the British Parliament will start negotiations on how to proceed with the outcome of the referendum and we will inform our customers of any impact that this may have.

For now there will be no immediate changes to any existing trade arrangements so Spring import and export to the UK will continue as business as usual.