DeWit and Brundle partner up after Glee meet

by | Feb 4, 2016 | News | 0 comments


Brundle has announced its new partnership with gardening tool manufacturer DeWit.

The partnership will enable the company to provide ?high quality craftsmanship from the renowned Netherlands-based business to garden centres and retailers across the UK?.

Paul Smith, business manager for Brundle, said discussions had been ongoing since the two companies first met at last year?s Glee trade show. He said: ?Brundle Gardener is delighted to forge this partnership with a company as renowned as DeWit.

?Like us, they pride themselves on offering high-quality products for all gardeners, and through our marketing and trade experience we believe this will be a perfect addition to any garden centre display.?

Products include trowels, hand hoes, cultivators, weeders, hand forks, hand spades and patio knives.

A spokesman for DeWit said: ?With the warehouse facilities and the sales and marketing offered by Brundle, it is a great opportunity for us to broaden our coverage of the UK market.

?The origin of the Brundle family business goes back to 1889 while DeWit started nine years later. With over 230 years of family-owned business, there is a genuine focus on quality products and customer service.?

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