Rothley Ltd. the Wolverhampton based supplier of DIY and hardware products has recently teamed up with Burger & Cie from Alsace in France to distribute its acclaimed Jardipolis range of products. To announce the launch Rothley will be exhibiting for the first time at the GLEE exhibition in September.
Anticipating what consumers want and the latest trends in decoration is one of Burger’s great strengths and innovation is always at the forefront of their design process. Visitors to GLEE will be able to see the “BYO” range of innovative modular planters alongside the equally original “French Garden” movable HDPE containers for growing herbs or vegetables.
The hugely original range of ‘BYO’ modular planters offers gardeners the opportunity to create their own unique space by using only six different modules. Made from beech, all modules have been heated to very high temperatures in a process which gives excellent dimensional stability, improved resistance to mould, improved thermal insulation and surface hardness, and virtually no resin escape.
The ‘French Garden’ range of movable plastic containers are both practical and educational and are ideal for all ages. All models feature a draining and water collection system and Premium Editions boast height adjustable legs with castors, a propagating lid for seeds and moulded grips. A small footprint of 70cm x 70cm mean all can be used in relatively confined spaces such as small apartments or balconies.
Rothley Managing Director Steve Jacques comments: “Rothley is well established as a leading supplier to the DIY and Hardware trade, and our partnership with Burger will allow us to move into new markets in the outdoor sector. Burger’s experience and expertise in this field is clear to see and we hope that this, combined with Rothley’s knowledge and experience in supplying trade customers throughout the UK will result in a highly successful venture.”
Rothley can be found on stand 20E45 at GLEE, which takes place at the NEC Birmingham from 14th to 16th September