“Organisations in the transport sector typically have to make long-term infrastructure investment decisions – in aircraft, airports, railways, roads and people – based on the projected volume of international travel and trade. The unexpected Brexit decision is challenging these projections, both those in the UK and wider Europe. It is forcing the transport sector to reappraise current and future investments in the light of almost certain changes to medium and longer term travel and trade patterns.
We have a long history of helping transport clients develop the right investment and people strategies in the face of changing demand, new regulatory environments and skills availability. Our experience of scenario modelling and people development will allow organisations to effectively develop the necessary strategies to cope with a range of potential variables and uncertainty that Brexit will bring.”
Chris Lynch, PA transport, travel and logistics expert
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