Kawasaki Appoint Bartram Mowers Ltd

Bartram Mowers Ltd based in Eaton, Norwich have recently been appointed by global manufacturer, Kawasaki who continues to expand their network of Power Products Dealers in the UK.

Founded in 1972 and celebrating their 40thyear in business, Bartram’s has a 38,000 sq ft facility on a 20 acre site, as well as a purpose built depot in Ipswich. 

Mark Bartram, Director, said, “Our customers are the most important asset to our company and we are delighted we can now broaden our offering by adding the full range of Kawasaki’s petrol Garden Power Products with its strong brand identity and industry leading 3 and 5 year warranty to our portfolio.  Being ISO 9001 registered is also part of our pledge for total quality”.

Kawasaki’s Business Development Manager, Richard Harris added, “We were impressed with Bartram’s commitment to providing high levels of customer and aftersales service.  Together with their successful and long history of supplying and maintaining professional equipment, it was an easy decision to appoint and welcome them as one of our Dealers.” 

Louise Topp or Kar Martin

Tel:     +44 (0) 1628 819555

Email: marketing@kawasaki.eu

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