There are deep divisions and paralysis that track on the other side of the North sea, where the british parliament can't find a solution to a brexitaftale.
Yet a time is the exit date is postponed, but it will several of the major car manufacturers, which have production in the country, not wait.
Thus, both BMW's Mini and PSA's of Vauxhall/Opel before the time close temporarily down for their production, despite the fact that the exit date is therefore again deferred.
It tells Automotive News Europe.
It is often customary among automakers that they shut down production over the summer, but the turmoil and the uncertainty about the consequences of a hard Brexit has got the producers to bring forward the plans.
BMW has moved the annual sommernedlukning of the Mini-factory from summer to april, in order to minimize the risk of short-term problems with supply of parts, if Brexit should end up with a no-deal.
the PSA, which in the Uk produces the Astra model for the Vauxhall/Opel, has also brought forward their closure.
The recent postponement of Brexit don't get the factories to change at the time of their decommissioning. Both while he says, according to Automotive News Europe, that the kind of shutdowns planned months before, why it is impossible to change the plans.
- It is what our company and our workforce have planned over many months and integrated into our business planning, says a spokesperson from BMW, according to Automotive News Europe.
the Media tells that it was the prospect of a number of risks, such as a hard Brexit may lead with him, as in his time were the automobile manufacturers to speed up their decommissioning.
the Risks include, among other things, delays in ports, a new bureaucracy at the customs, the need to gencertificere models and up to 10 percent customs duty on finished cars.
BMW's Rolls-Royce factory will close in two weeks, while Jaguar Land Rover and Honda both will close their factories down for a few days during the month of april as a result of the turbulence around the Brexit.
in General, it has been some turbulent months for the uk automotive sector, after Nissan cancelled their plans to build the new X-Trail at their factory in Sunderland, and Honda announced that they will close their factory in the year 2021. The latter refers to Automotive News Europe as 'the biggest battle for the sector in years'.