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NFDA and ICDP published ‘Life after Brexit: challenges and opportunities for UK automotive retail’. The discussion paper analyses challenges, outlines priorities and investigates opportunities that are likely to appear for the retail auto industry as the post Brexit situation emerges.
Assessing the implications of Brexit remains very difficult, but while uncertainty and changes ahead will present challenges, there are potential opportunities for the retail automotive sector, which is resilient and capable of adapting and coping with unexpected situations.
UK Automotive Retail: key industry figures
The discussion paper is divided into four main sections:
Steve Young ICDP Managing Director, said, “Future trading relationship between the UK and the EU should not negatively affect the competitive conditions that auto retailers currently operate in. A zero-tariff agreement, a stable currency and continued availability of affordable finance are key elements to ensure the retail automotive sector remains strong and stable, and continues to thrive post Brexit.”
Sue Robinson, NFDA Director, “The UK retail motor industry is one of the major contributors to the UK economy, the strength and success of the sector must not be undermined by uncertainty in the forthcoming months as negotiations develop and Brexit implications unfold. We urge the Government to continue to listen to the franchised auto retailers’ voice.”
Please download the full document here: http://bit.ly/2s1m3Jq
ICDP is an international research-based organisation focused on automotive distribution, including the supply and retailing of new and used vehicles, after sales, network structures and operations. Through our research activities, data services, education, events and consulting, we work with vehicle makers, retailers, suppliers, and related organisations to improve the quality and effectiveness of the distribution model. We believe that changing behaviours, new technologies and market pressures will combine to drive new ways of doing business. We welcome the opportunity to work with like-minded individuals and organisations in pursuit of this goal. ICDP does not represent any of its clients or their individual policy views.