Brundle looks forward to the coming year

by | Jan 4, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Brundle Gardener has committed to building on its success after what it is calling its most productive year ever in 2015.

The wholesaler reported a ?huge upturn? on orders from both the garden centre sector and other retailers after a successful year of trade shows. Brundle Gardener debuted at Solex and the Gafa trade show in Germany, and exhibited once again at Glee.

Paul Smith, business manager at Brundle, said: ?We enjoyed a strong 2015 with our range of eye-catching products for the garden clearly proving popular.

?This has reinforced our key messages and aspirations and we will be building on our existing range and unveiling new products in 2016.

?We have had a great year at the biggest trade shows in the industry. We signed up to Solex for the first time off the back of a very good year which saw us pick up more than 100 extra accounts.

?This success was followed at the other trade shows with Glee the perfect way to round off a busy but hugely worthwhile few months.?

For more information, visit: www.brundlegardener.co.uk

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