Etesia expands dealership network

Three new UK sales and service dealerships announced.

Etesia launched the remote-drive Etesia SKD ExxDrive at Saltex 2016
Etesia launched the remote-drive Etesia SKD ExxDrive at Saltex 2016

Forest Park and Gardens, Mowers UK and Blakewell Services have joined Etesia UK’s network of UK dealers.

All three companies will distribute the company’s complete product range. Forest Park and Garden, the family dealership based in South Wales, will be distributing Etesia products in the area of Swansea.

The company, founded in 2008, caters to arborists, landscapers and gardeners with a sales and service offering.

Managing director Rhys Coles said: "We try and supply products that we know we can stand behind and that are perfect for our professional customers. We bought Etesia push mowers 20 years ago when we first started contracting and we still use them now. For me that says a lot."

Mowers UK, a division of Acacia Groundcare Equipment Rental, sells garden, forestry and arboriculture machinery in Hampshire.

Director Ritain Patel said previously the company had focused on the domestic market but he wanted to move more into commercial sales. "We know the value, the quality of the machines and we know how strong they are in the commercial market," he said.

Blakewell Services’ managing director Richard Tanton, started the business back in 1971 when he began servicing used tractors and machinery. Now a supplier of agricultural and garden machinery the company will be distributing Etesia products from its base in Barnstaple, North Devon.

All three dealerships will offer professional support, sales and servicing on Etesia’s product range. 

At Saltex 2016, Etesia launched the 85cm Attila SKD (see video below) with dual wheels for extra stability, which can be driven remotely using an iPad. 

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