Greenworks Commercial and Steven Willand, Inc., announced an exclusive partnership to benefit independent lawn and landscape dealers throughout 11 Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states. Through the arrangement, Steven Willand, Inc. will provide distribution, logistics, service and sales support for both the award-winning Greenworks Commercial 82-Volt line of tools and the newly launched Greenworks Elite 40-Volt line of tools, among independent dealers in PA, DE, NY, NJ, CT, MA, VT, ME, RI, NH, and MD.
Since 1966, Steven Willand, Inc. has been the trusted choice of dealers in its region for supplying a wide array of high-quality lawn and garden equipment, service and support. With the addition of the Greenworks Commercial and Greenworks Elite lines to its portfolio, Steven Willand, Inc. will now offer dealers the industry’s broadest line of lithium-ion, battery-powered outdoor equipment, including a ground-breaking selection of stand-on and ride-on commercial grade zero turn mowers later this year.
“Steven Willand Inc. is extremely excited about distributing such a world-class and innovative product line, said Ed Mueller, director of sales/marketing and general manager of Steven Willand, Inc. “The Greenworks product line will allow the Steven Willand, Inc. dealer network to offer products that are clean, quiet and efficient to the Lawn Care Industry.”
“We are excited for the opportunity to align ourselves with one of the most trusted and well-respected distributors in the industry, in Steven Willand, Inc.,” said Chris Allen, president of Greenworks North America. “Greenworks is at the forefront of the lithium-ion battery-powered movement in OPE. We look forward to working with the experts at Steven Willand, Inc. to help get our tools into the dealer channel, allowing us to take advantage of the shifting of preferences from gas to battery, among both pros and DIY consumers.”
The comprehensive offering of Greenworks Commercial and Greenworks Elite tools will be available through the Steven Willand, Inc. dealer network beginning in the first quarter of 2018.