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Masons Moving Group optimistic post Brexit

Dec 02, 2016

Following the Brexit vote, many international companies are wondering what the future holds. However, Gordon Mason, head of Cardiff-based Masons Moving Group, believes strongly in the future of European removals industry, to the point that he, and the other two directors, Richard and Brett Mason, have just invested in two new build DAF XF410 Euro 6 model vehicles and are in the process of putting together a business growth programme with the European and international sectors at the heart of their strategy. 

Gordon Mason said: “Of course there is still uncertainty as to what the Brexit vote means for our industry, but the borders won’t just shut down, people will still move around Europe. We stand strong in our belief that there will still be a strong European removals market, one that might be even more competitive and with a lot more bureaucracy - but we are an industry that has always had to adapt to change.”  

“It will be companies such as Masons, who have the heritage, experience and strong relationships with their European agents and trade partners that will survive and grow and overcome these new challenges. Masons' investment in our European growth is our way of preparing for the future and any changes that will come our way,” said Gordon.  

Masons was founded in 1905 by Sidney Mason and is now in its fourth generation of family ownership.  The company provides moving services to all parts of the UK and to destinations across the world.   

Photo: Left to right: Warren Mason, European Co-ordinator; Sarah Mason, Marketing Consultant; Paul Eveleigh, European Driver; Gordon Mason; Graham Thomas, European Driver.


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