Whether Hermès, Van Cleef & Arpels or Jaeger LeCoultre: Hoffmann Ladenbau has already realised many projects in Great Britain. Hoffmann Ladenbau Managing Director Guido Kruthoff described his assessment of the forthcoming Brexit on the WDR Lokalzeit Münsterland programme.
On 15 January, the British parliament voted on the negotiated Brexit agreement with the European Union. On this occasion, WDR Lokalzeit Münsterland reported on it and showed voices from Münsterland on the subject. Among them Hoffmann Ladenbau, which has already been used many times for customers on the British island.
Guido Kruthoff reports: "We are already eagerly awaiting the outcome of the vote. Because an unregulated departure of Great Britain will lead to the fact that the export handling will be first of all clearly impeded because many regulations are not known for the time being. In other words, how can we work locally? Do we have to register our employees in advance? We know all this from other countries, but in Great Britain it may be unregulated for the time being. Here we have to find solutions quickly."
To date, no final arrangements have been made on the Brexit issue. But one thing is certain: no matter how the Brexit negotiations end, Hoffmann Ladenbau will find a solution to realise projects in Great Britain with the usual standard.
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