Combilift raised British prices due to Brexit

Combilift raised British prices due to Brexit
Martin McVicar of Combilift

Up until this year, Martin McVicar's Combilift imported seats costing about €200 apiece from a Welsh factory. Now, he’s switched the €1.2m contract to a German manufacturer

Want to know how no-deal Brexit fears are already hurting Britain? Just ask Martin McVicar, who runs Combilift, which produces about 6,000 forklift trucks annually in Ireland for export. Up until this year, he imported seats costing about €200 apiece from a Welsh factory. Now, he’s switched the €1.2m contract to a German manufacturer, fearing a hard Brexit will hit his existing supply chain.

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