Parcel service Scurri to set up London HQ as Brexit cushion

The Wexford company has seen the volume of its business treble in the past year

30th April, 2017
Chief executive Rory O’Connor

Scurri, the parcel delivery software company backed by retail multimillionaire Scott Weavers-Wright is setting up a London headquarters to cushion itself from the effects of Brexit.

The Wexford company, which provides a delivery service for eBay, Amazon, Asos, Zara and cult fitness brand Gymshark, has seen the volume of its business treble in the past year.

“We’re setting up an operation to be close to Customs and Excise and to understand what’s going to occur...

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