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  1. I have to do it for you. What do you want it changed to?
  2. Following the recent news of expansion in their coverage area, GreenMech main dealers GA Groundcare Ltd have announced the appointment of Matt Textor as Sales Manager. A well-known industry name, Matt joins the Wiltshire dealership to spearhead sales of the GreenMech woodchipper range across their increased nine-county territory. Having initially joined T H White Groundcare on a Service Engineering apprenticeship, Matt spent a total of 13 years in the workshop where he developed a thorough understanding of the mechanics behind a vast selection of groundcare and arboricultural equipment. This foundation went on to set Matt up for a successful 7 years in sales, pairing his technical know-how with an appreciation of the requirements of a wide customer base. During this time, he also headed up sales of the GreenMech range of pedestrian, road-tow, PTO and tracked woochippers from T H White’s Reading depot during their tenure as a dealer. In his new position as Sales Manager for GA Groundcare Ltd, Matt will be in charge of business development across their new larger territory and is ideally placed to serve the South Eastern counties from his Berkshire location. On his appointment, Matt said, “I’m excited about the new challenge ahead and being able to target and focus all of my efforts solely on one fantastic product line. GreenMech are great ambassadors for British manufacturing and I am very much looking forward to working closely alongside them again, and the whole GA Groundcare Ltd team, to support customers old and new.” Commenting on the exciting growth of GA Groundcare Ltd, Director Ashley Stevens added, “I’m very pleased to finally be able to get Matt on board, having worked alongside him a number of years ago. His mechanical knowledge and honest sales approach is a great fit for our business model.” Operating from their purpose-built depot in Poulshot, Wiltshire, GA Groundcare Ltd are exclusive to the GreenMech franchise, offering supply, servicing and support, together with stocking a comprehensive range of GreenMech replacement parts. The success of the partnership saw an extension of GA Groundcare Ltd’s territory in January 2021 to serve the counties of Berkshire, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Kent, Somerset, Surrey, Sussex and Wiltshire.
  3. No the swivel can’t be removed as it’s spliced straight on. yes you can put a karabiner on the other one no problem. you should be able to fit your positioner on there but might need to purchase the right size cam for it
  4. Email them CONTACT US - TREE NINJA - TREE SERVICE EDMONTON TREENINJAEDMONTON.COM Contact us anytime. We are here to help you with all tree service projects. We look...
  5. add yourself here https://arbtalk.co.uk/recycling
  6. Are you a climbing arborist living in the UK and interested in moving to Canada? Tree Ninja is a tree service company in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and we are happy to sponsor you and help you come work as an arborist. Not only will we help you with the paperwork of getting a working holiday visa and/or permanent residency, but we will also offer you a generous hourly wage upon your arrival and help you find affordable housing nearby. We know how to file a LMIA and have experienced immigration lawyers to help get you here as fast as possible. Canada has a lot of tree work, but there is a shortage of people working in the tree industry in Canada. We have found that arborists from the UK are typically incredibly hardworking and honest people who are eager to start a new life in Canada. We love helping arborists come to Canada and we will do everything in our power to make the process as quick and easy as possible. Why Should UK Arborists Come to Live in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada? Tree Ninja is located in Edmonton, Alberta which is on the Eastern side of the Rocky Mountains. We have the great boreal forest, fresh rivers, vast grasslands, and of course the mountains on our doorstep. There are a lot of health benefits to living in Canada and especially in Edmonton. We have incredibly clean air and water and have an average of 325 sunny days a year. We have low taxes and affordable housing. We also have a low crime rate and excellent health care. Edmonton is a blue-collar city and most people are very friendly, hard-working and love the outdoors. Edmontonians especially like to fish, hike, hunt, garden, ski, swim and play hockey, soccer and music. What Arborist Certification Do I Need to Work in Canada? If you are thinking about coming to work as an arborist in Canada, no official certification is required. However, having ISA certification helps significantly in getting a good-paying job in the tree service industry. Tree Ninja would be happy to sponsor you and help you get a working holiday visa and/or permanent residency in Canada. Simply email us your resume and we will help you get here right away. How Long Does It Take to Immigrate to Canada to Work as an Arborist? It has been our experience that it can take anywhere from 1-27 weeks to get a working visa to come to Canada. We have experience with the immigration process and have found that the sooner you start your application, the better. Tree Ninja would be happy to sponsor you and help you get a working holiday visa and/or permanent residency in Canada. Simply email us your resume and we will help you get here right away. How Much Will I Get Paid if I Work in Canada as an Arborist? On average, arborists get paid $28.75 an hour. However, if you are an experienced climber and willing to lead a crew, Tree Ninja will pay you upwards of $35 an hour. Tree Ninja would be happy to sponsor you and help you get a working holiday visa and/or permanent residency in Canada. Simply email us your resume and we will help you get here right away. HOME - TREE NINJA - TREE SERVICE EDMONTON TREENINJAEDMONTON.COM We provide the city and surrounding area with professional tree services such as removals, pruning, and tree risk and health assessments.
  7. You need to factor in any redirects you may have made on the final descent, so yes a rope twice the height of the tree potentially could be too short
  8. Welcome Rob, you’ll want the same length as you would drt, you’ll still have 2 legs of the top reaching the ground even though it’s srt. by the way, what is mrs? Merrist wood technique?
  9. Looks like Harry’s dads taken up tree surgery. Too bad they didn’t put a photo up of the mangled yew tree Princess Diana's ex-lover James Hewitt 'working as £4,000-a-year gardener' APPLE.NEWS Hewitt, 62, is now said to be working as a gardener in the grounds of the flat he lives in...
  10. You need to post your site here https://arbtalk.co.uk/recycling
  11. Also if good threes are being ruined by the usual suspects kindly use the report feature so I can remove them from the discussion. I don’t get to read everything these days. As the forums been busier lately it might be time to add a couple new moderators
  12. Good to read you. Hows the forum running for you now? Upgraded server a few months back so hopefully that has made a difference for you.
  13. On the contrary, this is bringing them out, and making my job easier. Plus its nice to see exactly what people think and why they choose to post less. Thats 1 down anyway
  14. nor is it anyone elses concern here so kindly keep your beef with any other members to yourself in future, thanks.
  15. Are you ridiculously tall by any chance?


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