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dj350z

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About dj350z

  • Birthday 07/07/1956

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    Male
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    Married
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    Indie, Rock etc
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    Company Director/Owner

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    http://www.sjclifford.co.uk

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    10 pts down after 5 heats to win the KO Cup.
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    All types of motorcycle racing, music, squash, 350z's, motorcycling etc.
  • Team
    Coventry Bees

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  1. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    I didn’t say it was painful, what purpose has it served disclosing this information?
  2. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    setting up a subsidiary distribution hub in Europe might be a good idea and could also help facilitate the importation of raw material. This is something you will need to discuss with your accountant as there will be tax and licence implications
  3. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    For someone who says he likes to deal with facts and data, you do jump to wild assumptions. Did I say it was a general government mail out as opposed to a direct response from the Dept of Trade and Industry through dialogue with my local MP? I guess you know best as usual!
  4. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    Not bothering with a new passport then....
  5. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    It’s ok, he is already running my business for me, helping with customs forms and sourcing aluminium!!
  6. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    Correct. If I had mentioned this last week you would have discredited it as you do with everything that does not fit your agenda.
  7. Why don’t you set up a company in Europe like I was advised by the Business Secretary this week? Problem solved!
  8. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    I had an email from the Business Secretary in the week suggesting I set up a company in Europe. You couldn’t make it up could you....
  9. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    And you have had the same length of time to source some 6061T6 aluminium that meets approval for use in motorsport brake systems but have failed........
  10. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    You can get it from there but it does not yet have the approvals to use in aerospace or automotive because the approval was through European standards. The UK is just not prepared for this!!!
  11. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    I would be very happy if you could source some 6061T6 aluminium alloy billets from the UK. We have stockists in the uk but they can’t get it now from Europe as the export costs mean it is no longer competitive. We have now run out of material for these high tech components for a motorsport customer and can no longer supply these parts so it looks like we have lost the business to Italy. Hope you can help?
  12. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    Have you got a link to the amount of time I spend on here?!! Your comment is pointless without relevant data! It’s not about the amount I have to complete, it’s everyone in the supply chain. It is just not possible to compete with business in Europe. You make your clever, know-all comments but you are clueless!!
  13. I think it was a hospital in Derby.
  14. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    Oh yes, there are plenty of people willing to take huge risks and start up new companies supplying commodities that traditionally have been imported. Maybe there is a perfectly good reason for importing. You seem to find it quite amusing that some British businesses are very much at risk in these uncertain times with your comment to me a few weeks ago “shouldn’t you be spending your time filling in customs forms”!!
  15. dj350z

    European Union - In Or Out?

    So the Government has confirmed it is looking at scrapping some EU labour laws now that it is no longer bound by them but it has completely betrayed the British fish exporters despite saying they would support them. No doubt many voters working in the British fish industry helped get this lot elected based on their promises. Same old Tories............. Meanwhile the EU trade deal exposes big losses for Britain's automotive industry as the deal does not protect 'third country accumulation' on parts sourced from round the world. Oh how they laughed in the EU!
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