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Stowmarket: Bosch Lawn & Garden hails strong data on market share

09:16 22 July 2014

Andreas Andorfer, managing director of Bosch Lawn & Garden.

Andreas Andorfer, managing director of Bosch Lawn & Garden.

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Bosch Lawn & Garden has strengthened its leading position in the garden equipment market.

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Data from market research firm GFK show the Stowmarket-based business, part of the Bosch group based in Germany and a member of the EADT/EDP Top100 listing of the 100 largest companies in Suffolk and Norfolk, has a 26% share of the total garden power market and a 34% share in electrical garden equipment.

Andreas Andorfer, managing director of Bosch Lawn & Garden said: “We are pleased to be the market leader in the electric garden tools category.

“We take great pride in being a local employer with manufacturing plant. Our focus is on bringing innovations which make our products and services more user-friendly and therefore enabling our customers to enjoy effortless gardening.”

He added: “We will continue to concentrate on engineering and further develop and enhance our product range, especially in the cordless sector.”

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