Export success for pot plant manufacturer Hum

by | Feb 7, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

There may be a stream of Presidential news coming out of the USA at the moment but for British plant pot manufacturer Hum the biggest story is about their own export success. A distribution agreement with Evergreen Enterprises means that gift, home and garden stores in North America and Canada will be stocking Hum pots this Spring. “Working with Evergreen has been a fantastic opportunity for us” said Hum co-founder Lara Kelly, “and we are excited to know our funky planters are going out to garden, DIY and gift retailers all over the USA right now.”

The new range of designs, created for the US market, is now also available here in the UK, and increased production means that pricing is now more competitive than ever. The Evergreen collection pots are made from fade-resistant and frost-resistant plastic for outdoor or indoor use. Made in the UK, these colourful planters are 22cm tall, 5L volume and can be purchase as a Stand Deal with an attractive metal display stand.

“Exporting high volumes of product to the USA is not just good news for us, it also means we can offer a better deal to our UK customers as a result. We can ship out orders within days from the Midlands-based warehouse, and we are already supplying a range of garden centres and gift shops across the UK. ” said Lara Kelly.

Visit the website at www.hum-partnership.com and contact hello@hum-partnership.com or 033022 33414? for information and prices.

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