As a global business, we’ve been putting plans in place to minimise potential risks associated with Brexit.
Our priority throughout Brexit is to do what we can to minimise disruption so that you receive a high level of service and support, no matter what the outcome may be.
Our global supply chain network includes distribution centres in the UK, France, Italy and Germany, and we’re putting measures in place to help maintain service for all of our customers based across Europe, which includes investing £30m in additional stock.
We know that the terms of the UK’s withdrawal and future relationships with the EU are uncertain at this time, but please be assured that we are doing our best to prepare for various outcomes so that we’ll be able to adapt to any potential changes and continue to give you the support you need.
As the situation develops, we’ll provide more detailed information on our website.