UK Supply Chain Challenges: Post-Brexit Update

UK Supply Chain Challenges: Post-Brexit Update

Oliver Bridge, head of Operational Consulting for Grant Thornton UK, will tackle the topic.’s latest Audio Interview “UK Supply Chain Challenges: Post-Brexit Update” features Oliver Bridge. Bridge leads Grant Thornton’s global automotive team, and is head of Operational Consulting, Business Consulting, Grant Thornton UK. He has more than 20 years of advisory and industry experience. For the past 12 years, he has worked on complex international advisory assignments, including transactions, supply chain optimization and operational cost reduction. Prior to joining Grant Thornton, Oliver worked for Ernst & Young and KPMG, delivering operational advice and transaction support to international companies. Oliver also has seven years of industry experience with Anglo American, where he helped manage a large multi-site manufacturing facility through a turnaround process.

In the 10-minute Audio Interview, Bridge discusses these questions:

  • Grant Thornton recently conducted a survey around supply chain, what were some of the findings?
  • What were the things that surprised you with the results of the survey?
  • What are the main insights you have taken from the survey?
  • What are you seeing businesses do to protect themselves?

Click here to listen to the audio interview.

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