Posted on November 09 2020
Rhino has lost a large percentage of its stock after a fire in a neighbouring unit spread to its warehouses in Cardiff.
The blaze took around 80 firefighters and 12 fire engines to control on the evening of Sunday 8th November. Fortunately, nobody was hurt in the fire, but it has resulted in the loss of a large percentage of Rhino's stock.
Dave Reynish, managing director, Rhino said: “This is devastating news for us, but we wanted to reassure our loyal customers that we have already re-ordered fast-selling stock lines to minimise delay. It is very much business as usual and we continue to take orders across our entire range on rhino.direct.
“We will be contacting anyone affected with an update and, as all of our scrum machines, hit shields and tackles bags are made in the UK, we are working hard to ensure the delays are kept to a minimum.”
Rhino's central HQ in Cardiff was unaffected by the fire.
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