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What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

When starting up a business, one of the most obvious but important things to consider is the very name that you’ll be trading under. Some people aim for the ‘does what it says on the tin’ approach like Bert’s Bees, Screwfix and Poundland. Others go for the ‘less is...

The Stuff of Life

The Stuff of Life

Shelves overflowing? Feeling hemmed in? Pressured by a distinct lack of space? If the answer’s ‘yes’ you’re in good company. A growing number of people who feel like their lives have become compromised or thrown out of balance by the sheer amount of stuff they own,...

The End of White Van Man?

The End of White Van Man?

Being the proud owners of such vehicles, we’re not about to continue peddling tired clichés and stereotypes about certain drivers of certain coloured vans. But whilst there’s time, let’s lament the possible passing of your typical 3 men in a white van with...

Drone Delivery – The Latest Buzz

Drone Delivery – The Latest Buzz

Here at Spicer HQ we like to pride ourselves on providing efficient storage and delivery solutions. We offer a simple pricing structure, cheap delivery fees and free local collection. Our MD, Mr Stuart Spicer, is a pretty mean drone pilot. He can smoothly control a...

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I usually don’t write long testimonials but I really can’t say enough about the unparalleled service that Spicer International have consistently provided for us. We import high value sporting goods from Europe into Australia and before we discovered these people through recommendation, the shipping side of things was a nightmare. Since having placed our business with Spicer International there is never a worry, nothing seems to be too much trouble for them and everything is always dealt with in the way we would wish. They are a great asset indeed.
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