Here at Redrose, we’ve been working to make sure that we’re ready for any Brexit trade implications and that our current and new customer orders remain unaffected by the new import and export rules.
Whilst there still remains uncertainty surrounding a number of key areas, we would like to assure you that we have everything in place to operate and adapt to any new restrictions and regulations going forward.
Brexit rulings came into force within the UK on January 1st 2021 and over the last four years we’ve worked on the following points to ensure that we can continue to provide the same high quality service to all of our worldwide customers.
- We have made significant investments in additional inventory, purchasing key ingredients and other constituent parts used in our manufacturing processes
- Although we already have extensive experience in acquiring documentation and liaising with shipping agents, our operations department has carried out additional research projects to ensure the seamless movement of goods across the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe
- We are working closely and keeping abreast of any changes or updates with the Chamber of Commerce and also the UK government’s Department for International Trade
This is an ever-changing situation and we will be keeping you updated via email and through our website news.
Should you have any concerns or require further information, please get in touch with our team through our contact page, or speak to your Redrose key contact.