HRG Appointed Baroness Franchise: The Hamilton Ross Group is delighted to welcome new Franchise, Baroness, to our Groundcare Division.
Baroness have been supplying the UK Groundcare Amenities Market with their range of fine turf/grass cutting equipment for over 35 years. We are delighted to welcome their innovative and extensive range to our Groundcare portfolio.
“We are all very excited to welcome this new brand” says Hamilton Ross Group Managing Director, Eric Gardiner. “With the addition of the Baroness franchise to our brand catalogue we hope to offer our customers a wider choice of quality products and to welcome new customers to the Hamilton Ross Group.”
Adam Butler, Baroness Sales Director added: “Bringing HRG into our already substantial dealer portfolio was an easy decision for us. Their back up and customer service is second to none in Scotland and we are very excited to be working with a company that demands such high standards. Yes, our machines are great, but we must have great service to back them up.”
Baroness Product Portfolio:
What’s more, we have access to the full Baroness product range which includes the: LM SERIES; GM SERIES and GC SERIES.
Their wide product portfolio makes the cut for all demands/terrain – from pedestrian Cylinder Mowers to Five-Deck Rotary Mowers, Greens Aerators to Fairway/Rough Mowers and much more.
As an authorised dealer, the Hamilton Ross Group can also meet all your parts and servicing needs. With over 80 years’ experience in the industry, 42 professionally trained mechanics, 26 dedicated service vans and a dedicated Groundcare workshop, you can rest assured your machinery is in safe hands. Get in touch with one of our Groundcare Area Sales Managers today to find out more or to book a demonstration.
Baroness Range Available from: Bishopton
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