Etesia signs up two new dealers

Etesia UK has added to its network of dealers after announcing two new dealerships for Somerset and Northumberland.

New dealer Northumbrian Garden Machinery managing director George Aspin said: "We wanted to work with Etesia because we needed a product that was a commercial brand. I first came across Etesia at a previous SALTEX exhibition and then I spoke to a few other dealerships who said that the products were really popular.

"Then by chance, a contractor came in looking to replace his Etesia pedestrian mower and that’s when I saw an opportunity. 

"The Etesia products come with a three year warranty and they’re the Aston Martin of lawn mowers. They are well designed, stand out above the competition and they sell themselves really."

Tom Williams Garden & Estate Machinery, previous winner of New Etesia Dealer of Year, has also returned to the dealership network after a short absence. Established in 1997, the company specialises in sales, hire, repairs and servicing of garden and estate machinery.

Owner Tom Williams said: "It’s good coming back into the Etesia camp after being away for a little while. I’ve always liked the products as they do exactly what they say they will do and will cut and collect in any condition – that’s what makes them stand out for me. There are a lot of products that are all in the same ball park in terms of price but you could argue that the Etesia products are a lot better than the rest out there.

"Certainly, what we’ve found is that the customers who have bought them previously will buy the same products again – they’re that good."

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