New area sales manager for EP Barrus

EP Barrus has beefed up its garden retail arm by appointing a new area sales manager to target independent garden centres.

Tracy Moss. Image: Supplied
Tracy Moss. Image: Supplied

Tracey Moss will work across the WOLF-Garten, Wilkinson Sword Tools, Energizer Batteries and Toolflex brands, covering central and north-west England and Wales.

Moss has worked in the gardening industry for nearly 13 years as a buyer for an independent gardening and DIY store.

"Tracey is to work with independent garden centres and identify new opportunities for the brands," said garden division general manager Nick Hills.

"Having spent such a substantial amount of time in the industry we knew Tracey would be a great addition to the team," he said.

Moss added: "I'm looking forward to continuing to grow professionally, building lasting relationships with my customers and growing the brands even further."

EP Barrus is nearly 100 years old and has a strong sales, distribution and engineering focus, representing brands in the garden machinery, garden tools, marine, and industrial engine markets.

Its portfolio includes Cub Cadet and Lawnflite garden machinery, Wolf and Wilkinson Sword garden tools, John Deere and Yanmar industrial engines. Barrus also custom builds products to specific end-user or market requirements for clients such as the Ministry of Defence and Royal National Lifeboat Institution.

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