The exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union and its consequences have been preoccupying residents in both the United Kingdom and the European mainland for a long time. For companies with long-term business relationships tied to the United Kingdom, the list of open questions about Brexit and its consequences seems to be endless. Most experts predict Brexit to adversely affect the British economy raising fears and uncertainty across the United Kingdom. The Plasmor Group of Companies was founded in 1959 and has grown to be one of the largest independent concrete products manufacturers in the UK and appear unfazed by the current political turmoil. With typical British composure, the family business is concentrating on a future-oriented expansion of its production facilities. For Plasmor Ltd. quality, service and innovation in their production lines take precedence over Brexit.
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