Highland firm fears Brexit will result in a skills shortage and increase in labour costs
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MacGregor Industrial Supplies has outlined its concerns about Brexit in its latest accounts.
The former Highland business of the year believes it will impact services it offers.
It stated in a report accompanying its accounts filed with Companies House: “The decision of the UK to leave the European Union has led to uncertainty with regards to supply of labour.
“The company is a proud employer of staff from countries all around the EU who work hard and have a range of highly regarded skills.
“There are many companies, around the area in which the company operates, in a similar position. The loss of supply of the EU labour force will result in a skills shortage and an increase in labour costs.
“This will affect some of the services the company offers."
See tomorrow's Inverness Courier for more details.
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