Retailers stocking Mojo magazine are set to receive late copies after Brexit delays distribution.
In an email to subscribers on Friday, Mojo said that the free CDs that come with the magazine had been held up due to the new trade rules.
“The CDs which are produced in the EU, are not yet in the UK,” they said.
It comes after the free trade deal between the UK and EU came into existence on 1 January, following Brexit negotiations. However, as the UK will no longer be following the EU’s rules on product standards, businesses must adjust to new checks and paperwork which has caused port delays.
Meanwhile, Electronic Sound magazine has also revealed it has delayed its next issue due to supply chain issues while Oliver Condy, editor of BBC Music Magazine said he is preparing to face similar issues.
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