CEO Mark Johnstone on Preparations for a No Deal Brexit Channel 4 News

Mark Johnstone, Chief Executive, JSP Group of companies was interviewed and featured on the Channel 4 News as part of the lead story about how the UK Government are going to tackle a No Deal Brexit.

At 11am we were approached by the London Chamber of Commerce about featuring on the Channel 4 News @ 7pm as part of the lead story. In a short amount of time we had a film crew making their way to our Manufacturing Headquarters in Oxfordshire where we would host the interview.

At 2:30pm Mark was interviewed on the factory floor in front of our state of the art production line which currently produces around 3 million Evolution® safety helmets a year and is supplied globally to our customers.
Our JSP Logoexpress® team prepared bespoke “Deal” or “No Deal” safety helmets for the feature, demonstrating our quick response time and service of bespoke safety helmets.


Maria printed these Deal and No Deal helmets for the interview

In the interview Mark was asked about how JSP are tackling the very real issue of a No Deal Brexit and he highlighted how JSP have prepared for a No Deal Brexit by investing in a manufacturing facility in Germany (Read more below)

By 3:30pm the interview was wrapped up and the footage was sent off to news room to prepare for the evening news. Thank you to the news crew for their swift and professional work to get this on News that evening. You can see the final edit in the video below.

  It’s inevitable we are looking at a No Deal Brexit!


JSP has made substantial investment within Europe in preparation of a No Deal Brexit by opening a Manufacturing Facility in Düsseldorf, Germany. The 5,500m2 facility has the initial capacity to manufacture 2.5 million safety helmets and house around 3000 pallets of JSP safety products in order to directly serve our customers within Europe.

Find out more about our investment in Düsseldorf >>

If you would like to find out more about JSP Products & Services or have any questions about the business please do not hesitate to get in touch by calling us on +44 (0) 1993 82 4000 or emailing

Credit: Channel 4 News for the video footage – Watch the full show here


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