IoT in the supply chain to help beat the Brexit Blues

Britain will leave the EU soon, as in March 2019 but still uncertainty prevails on how would it threaten the supply chain. As UK and EU have strong trade relations, Brexit will have an impact on the global supply chain. To help mitigate the issues posed by Brexit on trade, importers and exporters in Britain need to invest in creating new, agile supply chains through the innovative technologies. The adoption of IoT can provide a way to limit negative disruptions on supply chain that could happen post Brexit. Thanks to the immense capabilities of IoT, supply chains can benefit from live data as it provides unprecedented visibility into every process and transaction within the supply chain.

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