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Decco partners Husqvarna

Published: 31 October 2017 - Kiran Grewal

Home improvement and garden wholesaler, Decco, has been appointed retail distributor for garden power products supplier Husqvarna, covering the company’s consumer garden brands including Flymo and McCulloch.

The move strengthens Decco’s offering in the garden power category, enabling them to deliver hover, petrol and electric lawn cutting from leading brands to garden centres and High Street retailers.

Key Account Manager Consumer Brands at Husqvarna, Michael Holden said: “We are delighted to have established this new partnership with Decco. The company shares a strong ethos with us for quality products and it operates an impressive network across the UK.”

“We see Decco as a key player in the distribution of garden products to independent retailers including garden centres and high street hardware stores, which are all integral parts of our business, Decco will really help us to meet our objectives in these areas.  We’re looking forward to working closely with the Decco team into 2018 and beyond.”

Supplier Relations Manager of Decco, Chris Gladwin, commenting on the company’s latest supplier partnership explained:  “We’re delighted to be working with Husqvarna to increase the distribution of the Flymo and

 

McCulloch brands in the UK.  The addition of these great brands strengthens our garden power offer and provides more choice for our independent DIY store and garden centre customers nationwide.”  



Mr Gladwin added, “Retailers wanting more information on the Flymo and McCulloch ranges can now contact their local Decco branch.”

With seven strategic locations around the country giving a total of over 350,000 square feet of warehousing space and holding over £10m worth of stock, Decco offers service and availability to independent retailers and garden centres throughout the UK. 

Source: Decco Press Release

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