They also provide a full range of contractors’ hand and power tools and electric garden implements.
Complementing the European operations, Spear & Jackson (Australia) and Spear and Jackson (New Zealand) provide sales and distribution services in Australia and New Zealand.
So, over to the grinder we go…and quick work here (a lot faster than filing them all away….aarrrrrggghh!!!!
The name was taken from the famous racehorse Eclipse, who even though he had died over a hundred years earlier was still famous for his dominating success.
Additionally, through its Karamel & Jeremy range, it has branched into children’s gardening products and accessories, with a view to building brand loyalty among a new generation of gardeners.
In recognition of Spear & Jackson’s brand heritage and reputation for producing premium tools, The Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, UK, approached the company to develop a dual-branded range of high-end gardening tools.
The Spear & Jackson brand is owned by SNH Global, purchased from Hong Kong-based United Pacific Industries Limited in 2014.
Initially bought by Neill Tools in 1985, when known as Spear & Jackson International plc.
These subsidiaries enhance their sales through the development of their own products, in particular air compressors and automotive equipment.