Costs of Brexit

Although we don’t import directly, all the oils we use (coconut, castor and sustainable palm) are commodities which are traded worldwide in US dollars.  After the vote on 23rd June 2016, the pound dropped in value and nearly all our costs went up. We hoped, of course (like everybody), that this would be a temporary […]

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We can wrap presents!

      Add gift wrapping to your order! We source a range of attractive non-specific wrapping papers which we can use to turn our boringly functional cardboard soap cartons into beautifully wrapped presents. Of course, we can also tailor the paper according to the event, so if you prefer us to use a festive […]

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FCL!!

  It’s not often we ship a full container, but eighteen pallets means a full container load and today is the day. The driver arrives, we have three hours to load and then it’s off on its travels. Luckily the street is pretty empty today! Incidentally, this is not an April fool. Not only is […]

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USB and USP

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 To UCLAN and a talk about Droyt’s and international trade to the International Business students. There is isn’t so much to say on the subject these days. In the past we exported about 60% of turnover, but now the figure is more like 25%, although indirectly that will be higher because […]

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Wheels off at Droyt’s

January 18th, 2013 So we have a load of old stuff in the factory. In fact let us call it ‘Heritage’ equipment. Sounds much more valuable. A lot of this stuff was built in the days when obsolescence was a dirty word and when over-engineering was the same as engineering. Why make something extra light […]

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