Money Talks: Richard Bartlett, UK and Ireland Manager of KlearNow

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In this episode, Liam talks to Richard Bartlett, UK and Ireland Manager of KlearNow, a global company specialising in logistics and customs clearance.

As the global economy struggles to reboot after lockdown, supply chain issues – hindering the movement of goods within and between countries – are a major cause of inflation.

Such snarl-ups lead to higher prices for producers which then get passed on – while slowing down economic growth as well. Richard Bartlett gives an insiders’ account of how the operation of UK supply chains and ports have been impacted by both Brexit and lockdown.

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