Hozelock, the water products manufacturer, joins British home association

by | Mar 13, 2017 | News | 0 comments

One of the garden sector?s biggest brands, Hozelock has rejoined The British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA).

Supplying the market with a comprehensive range that covers garden watering, garden pressure sprayers, pond equipment and high-pressure cleaners, the company was founded on an airfield in 1959.

From its early days, it has developed technically advanced, visibly striking products that are part of a system.? Its first product was the world?s first plastic hose connector ? the Hoze-Lock. Today, its head office is in Birmingham, and while it is a global garden equipment manufacturer, over 75% of its products are made in Britain. ??The remaining 25% are built in factories in France, Malaysia, Taiwan and China.

BHETA?s DIY and garden sector director, Paul Grinsell commented: ?Hozelock is a huge player in the garden sector and I?m delighted that it sees BHETA as a positive partner. Networking and collaboration are so important and beneficial for everyone and it will be great to welcome the Hozelock team to future BHETA activities.?

For more information about BHETA and its programme of retail engagement events, contact BHETA member services on 0121 237 1130 or email pg@bheta.co.uk.

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