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Since its opening more than 25 years ago, the Channel Tunnel has been a vital link between the United Kingdom and continental Europe: 25% of UK trade with continental Europe passes through the Tunnel. Eurotunnel has been preparing for the consequences of Brexit since the referendum, more than two years ago, so that we can offer the best possible service to our customers. How? Read about our projects and innovations below:

Eurotunnel is getting ready for Brexit

Eurotunnel = 20 million passengers, 2.6 million cars, 1.6 million trucks each year. 25% of trade between the United Kingdom and continental Europe goes through the Channel Tunnel. Keeping this vital link competitive is essential. What happens after Brexit? Find out how Eurotunnel has been preparing, investing, mobilising in order to adapt to Brexit and provide customers with the best service possible.

Brexit & Beyond: overview of Eurotunnel’s preparations

Brexit & beyond 2020 booklet
Eurotunnel, Brexit and you: Everything changes so that nothing changes.

A fully illustrated overview with key figures of the new facilities and operating processes put in place by Eurotunnel for the United Kingdom exit from the European Union, on 31 December 2020 at 11 p.m.