Tildenet buys Bosmere

Tildenet, the supplier of products to the gardening industry, professional markets and industrial users, has announced the acquisition of Bosmere Products, the supplier to the garden and hardware markets.

Andrew Downey
Andrew Downey

Bosmere products include outdoor furniture and BBQ covers, the 'Growers Choice' propagation range and a garden sundries collection.

Tildenet managing director Andrew Downey said: "We are delighted to have acquired Bosmere, an established brand within the gardening industry and one that is an ideal fit within the Tildenet Group. Our own gardenware business has achieved considerable growth in recent years and we are proud to consistently achieve 98 per cent stock availability of our entire range.

"The addition of Bosmere will further strengthen our position in the garden and hardware sectors. As we integrate production and distribution into our framework, it will be business as usual and orders can continue to be placed via your local Bosmere agent". Tildenet have already commissioned new warehousing to accommodate their expansion programme and this will be fully operational in the next few weeks."

Bosmere sales and marketing director Steve Millington said: "This acquisition by the Tildenet Group will ensure that investment in the Bosmere brand and range enhancements will continue even further. Bosmere has an exciting future under its new ownership."

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