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Motocaddy teams up with Panasonic

9.17am 5th August 2009 - Corporate

Leading powered golf trolley manufacturer, Motocaddy has joined forces with one of the world’s largest electronics companies, Panasonic who will provide all the brand’s S-Series powered golf trolleys, including the new groundbreaking S5 GPS, with the best quality batteries available on the market.

Panasonic Corporation is one of the largest electronic product manufacturers in the world and manufactures, amongst many other products, extremely advanced and proficient batteries that will enhance the efficiency and longevity of all Motocaddy’s range of S-Series powered trolleys .

Panasonic batteries will be available on all of Motocaddy’s S-Series powered trolleys with immediate effect.

“This partnership with one of the world’s largest electronics companies is evidence of the lengths that we are going to in order to source the best quality components and align ourselves with the most professional manufacturing partners in the world,” commented Rod Brown, Managing Director of Motocaddy Ltd.

“Our S-Series powered trolleys have taken the market by storm in recent years and this upgrade to Panasonic batteries will ensure that we continue to lead the way in functionality and value for money,” he added.

Motocaddy was founded in August 2004 with the goal of bringing the very best in build quality, style, reliability and affordability to the world of electric golf trolleys. Its products are sold in over 1000 UK professional shops and many other reputable retail outlets. Added to this, the company’s products are available in over 30 other countries around the world.

The company’s electric trolleys are produced in partnership with a precision engineering firm who also manufacture aerospace parts for Airbus among others. With their technical expertise and Motocaddy’s experience, guidance and passion, the company’s S-Series Trolleys have been taking the market by storm in terms of build quality, sturdiness, efficiency, technology, reliability and customer service.



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