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Claus Mattheck seminar, places still available
Apr 18, 2014 - 8:24 PM - by Steve Bullman
PLACES STILL AVAILABLE
FOR THE CLAUS MATTHECK SEMINARS IN MAY 2014

Arguably the most charismatic character in the arboricultural world, Professor Dr Claus Mattheck, will be returning in May. Symbiosis Consulting are hosting full day indoor events at the Fielder Centre in Hatfield, Hertfordshire on Tuesday 20th, and Loughborough University, Leicestershire, on Wednesday 21st. Claus will then deliver a similar presentation at the Edinburgh Botanic Gardens for the AA Scottish Branch on Friday 23rd.

Booking forms for the English events are available here: https://tinyurl.com/noj6o8k
or by phoning 01455 828822. Details of the AA Scottish Branch event are on the Association’s website at Arboricultural Association

The presentations will contain important new material,... [Read More]
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Classic Arbortec Range Re-Booted!
Mar 06, 2014 - 10:52 AM - by Treehog_safety

We're excited to introduce some old favourites that have been brought up to date - the Aquafell and Hydrofell chainsaw boots.

Featuring the high safety levels you've come to expect from Arbortec, the new designs are fully Class 2 chainsaw protection compliant, an increase over the old models - but with technological advances we've been able to reduce the number of protective layers. Both boots have a re-modelled sole for increased durability.

They also have improved waterproofing with the new 'Breathedry'® hydrophilic membrane and high airflow super comfort footbeds, so your feet will be warm and dry as well as safe!

The boots are available now from all Arbortec dealers - visit our dealer locator to find your nearest.
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GreenMech and Orange Plant.
Mar 03, 2014 - 12:08 PM - by PeteB
Leading manufacturer of wood chippers and green waste shredders, GreenMech Ltd, has announced the appointment of Orange Plant as a regional dealer. Newcastle-upon-Tyne based Orange Plant currently has seven depots around the country engaged in the sale and hire of arboricultural equipment and has grown rapidly since its inception 10 years ago. Both companies see this carefully thought out link-up as a major step in the growth plans each has in place.
“Since 2001 we’ve been exclusive to Timberwolf products,” said Joanna Chapman, Orange Plant’s MD, “but whilst we’ll continue to carry their machines in our fleet, and provide service support to machines we’ve sold into the market, we decided to switch to the GreenMech brand. The innovation they’ve brought to the industry will see new markets opening up for us.”
Keith Hutchinson, General Manager of Orange Plant agreed, “We spent a year evaluating their product range. What attracted us to GreenMech initially was the... [Read More]
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Timberwolf Announces New Dealers in North of UK
Feb 28, 2014 - 5:19 PM - by Patrice
Timberwolf are delighted to announce that they have taken on three brand new dealers to further ensure the comprehensive distribution of their chipper and shredder machines in the North of the UK.

The new dealers are: Greenlay, Ripon Farm Services and WM Plant.

Greenlay will be covering Northumberland, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Sunderland, Gateshead and North and South Tyneside, plus part of Durham. A family-run company, they have been established for over 40 years and have a wealth of experience with key accounts in golf clubs, landscapers, councils, landowners and estates. They particularly pride themselves on their after-sales service which is second to none.

Ripon Farm Services are taking over the North Yorkshire, York, East Riding of Yorkshire, Leeds Wakefield areas, plus part of Durham.

They have seven depots selling new and used agricultural, ground care and homeowner machinery within Teesside and Yorkshire. The... [Read More]
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£500 OF Treehog Products Up For Grabs!
Feb 25, 2014 - 10:37 AM - by Treehog_safety
We are giving one lucky winner £500 worth of Treehog products!

All you have to do to enter is tell us what product or range of products you'd like to see us making next. It's that easy to enter.

On the thirtieth of April, the one we like the best will be declared winner and allowed to order £500 of goods from our website. (total including tax where applicable)

Anyone who has their suggestion used will be asked if they want to be amongst the first owners of the new product at a 50% discount, whether or not they won the grand prize.

Your suggestion doesn't have to be original, or new - just something that Treehog can turn into a piece of gear that is practical, affordable and dependable. Built for work - in other words. Traits that sum up the whole Treehog line of products!

So what product would you like to see next in the treehog range?

To enter the competition, please visit ... [Read More]
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