An Actual Brexit Solution
The future of UK and European trade continues to look uncertain from a political viewpoint, therefore Uniserve would like to bring your attention to an actual Brexit solution for a change.
Uniserve are the UK’s leading independent logistics provider and as such have been preparing for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit through the use of our Regional Distribution Centres (RDC’s) Europe.
Our Brexit-busting solution sees product from the UK, Europe and global suppliers, consolidated by the most economical means into stock at our RDC’s. We then distribute sales orders directly to your European customers.
We have prepared an informative document that provides more detailed information which can be downloaded below.
For further information on how this could benefit you please contact your local Uniserve representative. Or alternatively please call 01375 856060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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