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What is changing with Brexit?

One of the key strengths of our model is that we have 100+ print partners distributed in more than 30 countries worldwide. This includes multiple print partners in the UK who are capable of producing locally almost every product we offer today, thus avoiding shipping across borders.

Our global network gives us the resilience to cope with changes in the environment and support your business and your customers globally. 

For orders bound to countries other than the UK, we try to produce them locally in that country and, if we don't have local production, use a different print hub to fulfill your orders and ship internationally. We will always do what we can to avoid customs fees, for instance using only EU printers for orders going within the EU.

Note: Please bear in mind that customs fees may apply based on local regulations when we ship internationally across borders or outside the EU. However, ~95% of our orders are produced locally thus avoiding customs and reducing carbon emissions!

We have also prepared some frequently added questions and guidelines.

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