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or those who fre­quent the in­ter­na­tional mar­kets, it would be hard not to be aware that the UK’S vote for Brexit last year had a sig­nif­i­cant im­pact on the cur­rency rate, mak­ing for an ideal time to swoop in on the ve­hi­cle mar­ket. How­ever, most peo­ple don’t want to know how well the UK econ­omy is per­form­ing when spend­ing their money over­seas; they just want to know what is af­fect­ing what they’ll get.

Al­though un­for­tu­nate for those with in­vest­ments in the coun­try, the sit­u­a­tion hugely ben­e­fits Ki­wis look­ing to im­port one of their many, many high-end and clas­sic ve­hi­cles — which are ev­i­dently even cheaper now that money has tight­ened in the lo­cal econ­omy. The pound has de­clined con­sis­tently since the re­sults be­came clear in June, and, af­ter an ini­tial sharp drop, the ex­change rate has slumped and peaked with a per­sis­tent over­all de­cline. This means that peo­ple want­ing to buy pounds are find­ing the cur­rent lev­els par­tic­u­larly lu­cra­tive.

Daniel from On­line Lo­gis­tics told us, “It’s a great time to bring over the higher-spec ex­am­ples of muchloved clas­sics from the UK that we sim­ply didn’t get in New Zealand.”

On­line Lo­gis­tics is able to put you onto trusted part­ners to source the right ve­hi­cle for you, and spe­cial­izes in ship­ping ve­hi­cles to our shores. The com­pany works to en­sure that each client not only saves as a re­sult of the cur­rent ex­change rate but also gets the best con­di­tion ve­hi­cle pos­si­ble for their pur­chase.

“Buying a ve­hi­cle sight-un­seen from the net is a risky and stress­ful busi­ness, so we de­vel­oped a chain from step one to end to pro­vide that piece of mind,” Daniel ex­plained.

On­line Lo­gis­tics re­cently opened a com­pli­ance cen­tre in Auck­land and can en­sure that all ve­hi­cles im­ported meet the cor­rect stan­dards be­fore and af­ter they ar­rive.

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