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MailOrder Express lives on

The mail order and on-line shopping division of Arbon and Watts will continue trading after MailOrder Express Limited bought the business.
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Paul Watts announced today that Mail Order Express Limited has purchased the mail order business of Arbon & Watts.

The firm will continue to trade through the internet and operate the leading specialist toy retail website mailorderexpress.com.

The business will operate from offices in Melton Mowbray with a low cost remote warehouse reducing the fixed overheads over the previous business.

Paul Watts, managing director of Mail Order Express, said: “Mail Order Express has a well established Internet toy website, The internet site and mail order business has grown significantly since it was established and has tremendous opportunities for growth. With the finanancial backing I have obtained and our reduced overhead costs Mail Order Express Limited has a long and profitable future”

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