How we’re planning for Brexit
With much uncertainty about Britain’s departure from the European Union and questions arising from all quarters, Aermec has taken steps to reassure its customer base and supply chain.
We have been working hard over many months examining various models and scenarios and aims to minimise the impact of Brexit whether the UK leaves with or without a deal.
To re-assure customers and our supply chain, we have issued guidelines – How Aermec is Planning for Brexit – which outlines the steps we have taken.
“Uncertainty is having a negative impact across the country. There needs to be clarity for businesses and the economy,” says Paul Lawrence, Managing Director of Aermec UK Limited.
Aermec’s chillers, heat pumps and fan coil units are all manufactured in Italy. There are strategies in place to ensure there are no delays in obtaining spare parts, so that service and maintenance operations will not be compromised.
Aermec has a worldwide customer base and it is well used to dealing with varying VAT rates, currency fluctuations and we can factor in any likely border delays.
“Customers are our main priority. Like many businesses, Aermec has been planning for months. Our focus is on keeping our goods moving across the continent and into the UK with minimal disruption for our customers,” adds Lawrence.