Etesia signs up top performing dealer Godfreys Golf and Turf

Kent dealer Godfreys Golf and Turf has been confirmed as Etesia's newest dealer.

New stock at Godfrey's Golf and Turf
New stock at Godfrey's Golf and Turf

The company, based in Sevenoaks and with two more branches in Sussex and Berkshire, will stock both Etesia mowers and Pellenc battery-powered tools to serve the Kent area.

Godfreys Golf and Turf employs close to 60 people, and is a specialist supplier of professional, domestic and forestry equipment to councils and National Trust gardens as well as landscapers and groundsmen.

Godfreys managing director Peter Bateman said: "Godfreys was previously an Etesia dealer until five years ago and we are very pleased to become their Kent dealer once again.

"The addition of their Pellenc range of battery-powered tools will strengthen the expanding range of environmentally-friendly products that we already have to offer our customers."

Ian Collington, southern area manager for Etesia said that Godfreys had a proven track record of delivering a trusted service throughout Kent and was one of the top performing dealers in the south of England.

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