June 21, 2018

Husqvarna Group is celebrating the first 325 years

Husqvarna

Husqvarna Group is celebrating its first 325 years of innovative Swedish engineering. On the founding date April 27, Husqvarna Group reflects on a unique history, from weapons to robotic mowers, constantly setting new standards in technology and usability. Since starting out in 1689, Husqvarna Group has manufactured a wide range of quality products. Excellent engineering skills, a strong entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for quality has led to innovative solutions, successfully taking the company from weapons, via sewing machines, stoves and motorcycles, to today’s cutting-edge outdoor power products. “For 325 years Husqvarna has developed and manufactured quality products, to help users achieve great results,”…

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RECORD YEAR FOR NEW PRODUCT CATALOGUES FROM GREEN-TECH

green-tech

Green-tech has had a busy start to the year and have recently unveiled their new collateral – three new catalogues and their latest Growing News newsletter. Catalogues have been launched for gtSpecifier, the urban landscape specification arm of the business; Green-tree soils, the soil division and John Chambers Wildflower seed, their newly acquired wildflower seed business. Gtspecifier is targeted at Architects and Specifers and is packed with product information, site photographs and technical drawings. The John Chambers range of over 1000 wildflower seeds is profiled in the new Wildflower Seed Selector catalogue and is being met with huge interest. Seeds include…

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Makita’s New 4-Stroke Telescopic Pole Chainsaw Extends To 5 Metres

Makita

The latest professional pole-saw recently added to the expanding Makita Outdoor Power Equipment range extends telescopically to enable branches up to five metres above ground to be lopped with ease. The new Makita EY2650H pole expands from 2.72-metres to 3.92-metres making this the longest pole-saw on the market. The aluminium outer pole tube is 35mm in diameter with 2mm wall thickness. This rugged construction minimises the pole flexing, thus giving the greatest possible chain bar stability and overall control of the pole-saw in action. The 25.5cm guide bar carries 3/8” pitch ½” chain that will run up to 21m/s. The…

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