Canadian shellfish giant Clearwater said it expects to be better prepared for Brexit than rivals, no matter how the United Kingdom ends up leaving the European Union.

During a call with analysts, CEO Ian Smith said although issues at borders are seen as problem, at least in the short term, the company has done everything it can to mitigate the potential fallout given the continued indecision over how the United Kingdom will leave the European Union on Oct 30, the current legal default date for departure.