Garden equipment supplier Emak extends Bahco distribution agreement

Efco and Bertolini powered garden equipment supplier Emak UK has expanded its distribution agreement for supplying Bahco professional forestry and leisure gardening tools.

Emak will soon supply Bahco gardening and professional tools to garden centres, DIY outlets and dedicated gardening stores.

In these sectors, the Bahco range covers high-quality leisure gardening and professional tools, as well as a dedicated ‘Ergo' ergonomic range and a wide range of accessories.

From Burntwood Emak will be offering a ‘by return' supply service with all orders placed by 2.00pm despatched the same day by courier.

Emak's sales teams are visiting all outlets with details of the spring and summer promotions.

Emak UK managing director Harry Siggs said:  "Bahco is keen to improve its sales of gardening and forestry tools and we believe that Emak's team can add a new dimension to their representation and product distribution."

Efco products are available through a network of more than 300 independent dealers across the UK, many also offering Bahco products.

All dealers are featured in their respective locations on the Emak website and there are technical data and literature downloads.


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