Change is here – Irish seafood businesses urged by BIM to familiarise themselves with new processes and rules to reduce impact of Brexit
Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), Ireland’s seafood development agency is today (Wednesday, 6 January) urging every seafood business who trades with or through Great Britain, no matter how small his or her operations, to continue to familiarise themselves with the impacts any new rules or processes will have on his or her operations and supply chains.
Jim O’Toole, CEO BIM, acknowledged the dual challenge the COVID-19 pandemic and Brexit is having on the sector and said:
“The focus of BIM and other state agencies including the SFPA is to continue to provide support and guidance to the sector during this challenging time. By working together and taking action now, we can reduce the impact of Brexit as much as possible. Brexit has changed the way many seafood businesses operate and they need to be ready for this change.”