Gardena Division announces new partnership with UK distributor

by | Nov 11, 2022 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

Gardena and Flymo have announced a new partnership with UK distributer of consumer brands, EPE International Ltd. Both brands will be working closely with EPE to fulfil customer needs both online, in retailers and garden centres.

With more than 20 years’ experience and with a portfolio of over 50 market leading brands, EPE International Ltd works with national, independent and online pure player retailers.

EPE’s CEO Noel Pamment and managing director Harry Singh says: “We’re delighted to include one of the top brands within gardening, to the EPE family of brands in distribution.

“It’s an honour to represent the Gardena Division across Flymo and Gardena. Providing a new product category for all our customers, in all retailers and garden centres, instore and online.

“We are excited to increase our services and support further growth within the garden industry.

“At EPE we pride ourselves on prioritising great brands, great people and great service and we plan to continue on this trajectory with this fantastic partnership with the Gardena Division.”

Key account manager for both Gardena and Flymo, Laura Eltringham says: “We’re incredibly excited to announce the partnership between Gardena/Flymo and EPE to enhance and improve our offering to retailers.

“Gardena has seen substantial growth and customer demand over recent years and our new partnership will support Gardena’s growth online, offering extended listings via dropship.

“We’re looking forward to working closely with the team at EPE who have a long standing relationship with key national retailers and exploring new opportunities together.”

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