Hayter choses Norbert Dentressangle to distribute mowers

Lawnmower maker Hayter has chosen Norbert Dentressangle to distribute its mechanical lawn-care kit to retailers across the UK.

The company turned to Norbert Dentressangle to reduce overall distribution costs, provide better service and improve flexibility of its shared-user pallet network.

Neil Oxborrow, Hayter materials manager, said: "Norbert Dentressangle gives cost-effective transport so we can offer a reliable next-day service to all UK stockists.

"We have full visibility of the supply chain using the company’s bespoke shipment-handling and reporting-program technology, which allows us to track orders online."

Norbert Dentressangle makes daily collections of tractors and rotary mowers from Hayter’s manufacturing plant at Spellbrook, near Bishop’s Stortford in Hertfordshire.

Hayter has been active in the British grass cutting market since 1946 and was bought by US-based Toro Company six years ago.


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