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How Temporary Buildings Can Help Increase Of Brexit Exports

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Many small and medium businesses across the UK have recently contacted us with regards to installing temporary buildings. For many, the weakening of the pound has increased their sales enquiries and they need somewhere to store their goods prior to export.

Temporary buildings offer a cost effective method of increasing storage space to handle a greater manufacturing capacity. A way to help your business thrive whilst keeping good cash flow and without needing to commit to a permanent building which can take both significant time and financial investment.  Temporary buildings can be installed for short or long term use to enable businesses to focus on establishing themselves in new markets.

In addition, businesses who have been enjoying growth since the recession took place have also been in touch with us. In some cases, their plans for substantial expansion have now been put on hold as they look to understand how Brexit will affect them. Temporary buildings can provide a solution without needing to commit to large financial outlay. Basically, our buildings offer a quick solution that won’t break the bank.

Our customers most often request a made-to-order building that is insulated and watertight. A space that not only conforms to building and fire regulations, and may go on to be in situ for years rather than just months.

Our temporary structures are available to buy and/or to rent, so that they offer a fully flexible solution for budgets, business cash flow and for duration of use.

No matter what Brexit has presented to you in terms of your business strategy and future manufacturing, our temporary buildings are here to support your business.

If you would appreciate some guidance on how to decide what to do next, you can call us for a no obligation chat, to ensure that the decision that you make on temporary buildings is the right one for you. Call us now.

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