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We’re looking forward to opening again from our Christmas break on Monday 4th January.
And, despite the ongoing restrictions as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, we’re happy to say we’re still able to supply all your rope and netting needs as normal.
Whatever you might need, be it multifilament soft rope, a hard-wearing cargo net or coloured nylon twine…
We can supply it for you, quickly and cost-effectively.
But of course, as we head in to 2021, it’s not just the coronavirus that is causing trouble.
There’s still the small matter of Brexit too.
With the transition period coming to an end, the UK’s relationship with the EU will be changing this year.
As we write to you now, we’re still not 100% sure exactly how as a new trade deal has yet to be agreed.
But, whatever happens, as far as we’re concerned here at Renco Nets, we will continue to operate with all of our clients in the EU in much the same way as ever.
You see, we deal with clients all over the world—including the US—and so we are used to importing and exporting to different territories under different rules.
Though there may be some small technical details that will change in the process, generally clients should not notice too much disruption to their usual dealings with us.
Of course, if you are ordering rope and netting from us from over in the EU and you want to check any details, we’re more than happy to talk to you and put your mind at rest.
Our inbox is open now so feel free to get in touch here and, from Monday 4th January, you’ll be able to call us as usual on 01469 575804.
Otherwise, we’re looking forward to supplying rope and netting to clients all around the EU for a long time to come.