Dejex to supply top end Swiss shears

Dejex Supplies of Donington, Lincolnshire, are pleased to announce that the company has been appointed the UK importer of pruning shears manufactured by Leyat of Switzerland.

Started in 1917, and now situated in Neuchatel, Leyat use the latest technology and manufacturing techniques to produce their products, supplying professional users and amateur gardeners across Europe.

Leyat products are used in horticulture, arboriculture, viticulture and gardens. The range imported into the UK will include Leyat Professional, Hobby and Crazy Line products.

Didier Auderset, managing director of Leyat said he "looked forward to a highly beneficial working partnership with Dejex in the UK".

Dejex specialise in the distribution of commercial horticultural and agricultural products.

The business in Donington, Lincolnshire, operates as a regional distributor for horticulture manufacturers and is the sole UK importer for a number of specialist brands.

Dejex are now actively seeking key regional commercial horticultural distributors and sales agents to promote the Leyat product lines nationwide.

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