ATV producer Yamaha has partnered with Nottingham-based floor care specialist Henton & Chattell to increase its supplier community.

The corporate mentioned that the brand new partnership will present “enhanced customer support” within the East Midlands area for Yamaha ATV, side-by-side and golf automobile clients.

Yamaha’s space gross sales supervisor, Carl Stuart, mentioned the partnership with Henton & Chattell will present a first-class service to Yamaha clients and that the corporate is wanting ahead to constructing on the partnership sooner or later.

Henton & Chattell managing director, Peter Chaloner, mentioned: “We’re excited to be working with Yamaha and filling a niche in our product vary with one of many greatest manufacturers in energy merchandise.

“Now we have had numerous enquiries about ATVs, off-road leisure, and utility autos, so this partnership has come at an opportune second.”

Peter Chaloner

Henton & Chattell

Chaloner mentioned Henton & Chattell has a historical past of “constructing long-standing relationships within the area”.

“We supply over 50,000 elements and supply service and help all underneath one roof. As well as, we even have proactive gross sales and repair technicians who may also help clients each at our dealership and remotely,” he mentioned.

“We recognize that Yamaha autos perform demanding work and we’re prepared and prepared to assist Yamaha clients previous and new to get essentially the most out of their autos.”

Henton & Chattell mentioned its Nottingham showroom will open within the autumn with a full complement of Yamaha autos for its clients to view and take a look at drive. The corporate mentioned it additionally plans to open a second dealership quickly.

“We hope to deliver our new dealership on board later in 2023 in order that we are able to service clients over a wider space,” Chaloner mentioned.

“Partnering with Yamaha is an enormous step for us and including one other premium model to our portfolio is an thrilling transfer that we hope will profit each companies.”