Blueprint Operations has been planning for over 12 months to ensure that its UK customers will have immediate access to the very best equipment – that plan has come to fruition.

Blueprint Operations, part of the Gauselmann UK group of companies, has acted decisively to secure the supply of gaming equipment imported from its manufacturing centre in Lubbecke destined for the brand’s UK customer base.

By bringing forward the delivery of its entire Q1 allocation comprising Alphamax, Auroramax and Wave cabinets Blueprint has sought to pre-empt any possible disruption to trade arising from the Brexit negotiations taking place between the UK government and the European Union.

Nadia Volosina, Head of Operations at Blueprint and the person responsible for overseeing the planning and logistics exercise, explained: “Clearly the Brexit negotiations are extremely complex and our overriding objective is to ensure that whatever the outcome and the implications for trade we are able to meet the needs of our customer base here in the UK.

Blueprint Managing Director David Purvis added: “Our job as an agile supplier is to support our customers in every way possible and that involves anticipating potential issues and asking the all- important ‘what if’ questions.

“The plan that we put in place and which has been successfully delivered by the team means that our customers who are opening new venues and those wanting to invest in their operations as part of the anticipated bounce back will not face any disruption or delay in getting industry best equipment into their premises and being played by their customers.

“I am delighted that all of the meticulous planning has paid dividends and hugely grateful to the team led by Nadia and of course colleagues based in Germany whose support has been pivotal in securing such a positive outcome.”

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