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Etesia UK Appoint Sharrocks as New Dealer

Etesia UK has announced the appointment of Sharrocks, based in Arclid, Cheshire, as their new dealer for the full range of Etesia grounds care equipment, covering the areas of Birmingham, Shropshire and Staffordshire.

Sharrocks is a specialist supplier of tractors, professional and domestic turf machinery and both agricultural and arboricultural equipment. For over 55 years the family owned business, which is now in its third generation, has delivered a trusted service throughout the throughout the Midlands, North of England & North Wales.

The company will now be supplying the complete range of Etesia pedestrian, ride-on mowers along with the Attila range of brushcutters.

“As soon as I knew there was a vacancy coming up in this area I got on the phone straight away to Etesia,” says Steve Hanlon, depot manager for Sharrocks. “It’s a brand we know incredibly well and we are delighted to be working with them. It’s a fantastic product range with so many strengths; they cut and collect in any condition, they are strong, easy to use and are very professional machines.”

The Etesia range from Sharrocks will also be available as part of the company’s ever-expanding hire division, which already includes an extensive range of professional suppliers. Customers will be able to choose from Etesia’s 12 product families which includes pedestrian mowers, ride-on mowers, scarifiers, brush cutters and green technology – something which Steve is particularly excited about.  

“Due to where grounds care equipment seems to be heading, Etesia are steaming ahead with their battery powered and green machines. We can see this being a major player in the forthcoming years, so we’re delighted to be able to offer this fantastic equipment.”

“The back-up that Etesia UK give their dealers is first class - it’s like one big family and it gives us great confidence in distributing and marketing the Etesia brand.”

The Arclid branch of Sharrocks can be contacted on 01477 500700 or by visiting www.sharrocks.co.uk

For further information, please contact Etesia UK on 01295 680120 or visit www.etesia.co.uk.

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