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Growth Sees Reesink Turfcare Invest In Fleet Of Vans To Expand Customer Service Offering

Reesink Turfcare, the UK distributor for top turfcare brands including Toro, TYM Tractors and Otterbine lake and pond aeration, has invested in six new service vehicles for its mobile technicians.
With the up-to-date and extended fleet, Reesink is now more equipped than ever to provide customers with an effective and dependable service, says Reesink’s operations manager David Jackman.
“By investing in this new fleet of vans, we have more reliable and efficient equipment, which means we can provide an improved service to our customers,” says David. “We take maintenance of our products seriously and this fleet of vans is essential to deliver back up if and when it’s needed. We pride ourselves on providing excellence and that doesn’t just begin and end with the sale of the product.”
Three of the vans will be at Reesink’s Sheffield Park service branch in East Sussex, one at the branch in Livingston, Scotland and two at the East Anglian service branch based at the company’s headquarters in St Neots.
David continued: “We have a particular focus on customer service, ensuring it expands in line with the company’s growth and we want to build on our relationship with our customers within our direct areas. This investment is the next step in strengthening that relationship.”
The six vans all come fully racked which includes a work bench and shelving kit solution, and can easily transport all the tools and parts needed for on-site service visits and breakdowns.
David concludes: “We’re completely committed to delivering exceptional service and these vehicles guarantee we have the right equipment for the job. We’re looking forward to seeing the new fleet in action and supporting our customers.”


Keep on top of ‘little and often’ Synthetic Maintenance with Verti-Clean

When it comes to cleaning an artificial surface, many turf managers have found the little and often approach to be the most effective. Most material that will end up on the surface is natural debris and detritus, which if left will invariably get trodden on and broken down into the surface. Removing this as and when it occurs is the most effective way to prevent this material reaching the bottom of the carpet, which can ultimately cause issues with compaction and drainage.
The Verti-Clean from Charterhouse Turf Machinery will pick up surface debris with a rotating brush, powered by ground wheels, and throw it onto a vibrating sieve. The sieve filters any infill material back on to the playing surface, whilst retaining the debris and collecting it in a lightweight hopper, that can easily be removed for emptying. The finish is a revitalised surface with clean infill.
A Verti-Clean 1500 has been used as part of the synthetic maintenance programme at Scotstoun Stadium since September 2017. The hard work of Head Groundsman Paddy Ferrie was recently rewarded as he was crowned the winner of the ‘Best Maintained Artificial Surface’ category at the IOG Awards. “On the synthetic surface, I conduct regular brushing to stand the fibres up, redistribute the crumb and improve the appearance of the pitch prior to matches” explains Paddy, who has been at Scotstoun for two years.
“Because of the pitch’s surroundings, at certain times of year we get a lot of leaf-fall and debris on the surface, for which I needed something that would conduct a more thorough clean. With this machine I can work at a nice steady pace, collecting any leaves or debris before they become embedded into the pile.”


EcoWorld London becomes Brentford FC Platinum Partner

Sky Bet Championship side secures closer relationship with developers of its new stadium
Brentford Football Club has enhanced its relationship with EcoWorld London, the business delivering the Sky Bet Championship side’s new home. Already the Club’s development partner on its 17,250-seater Brentford Community Stadium, which is set to open next summer, EcoWorld London has strengthened that relationship with Brentford Football Club by becoming an Official Platinum Partner for the remainder of the 2018/19 season.
EcoWorld London was launched in 2018 after EcoWorld International acquired 70 per cent of Willmott Dixon’s residential business. It currently has nine ongoing projects in the UK, with a total value of around £3.4bn, which includes the Brentford Community Stadium development.
The project is an important part of the wider regeneration of the area known as Brentford East, set to create a new neighbourhood for London. In addition to the new state-of-the-art stadium, the development will deliver a new purpose-built location for Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, a public square with shops, cafes and restaurants as well as more than 900 new homes for sale and rent.
The partnership will see Brentford FC and EcoWorld London supporting each other on upcoming projects and events. On Saturday 6 April, the Verdo-Kew Bridge marketing suite, for the new homes within the stadium development, will open to the public. Fans are encouraged to visit the suite during April and learn more about the new neighbourhood being created around the stadium or visit for more information. Visitors to the suite in April will also have an opportunity to win prizes including a Season Ticket for Brentford’s final season at Griffin Park, a signed shirt and a signed ball.
Heng Leong Cheong, CEO of EcoWorld London, said: “We are delighted to be coming on board as an Official Platinum Partner for the season. As a business, our goal is ultimately to create sustainable places where communities can grow and thrive for years to come. The new Brentford Community Stadium and the surrounding development is just the beginning of the journey and this partnership is a testament to our commitment to supporting communities both old and new, from the fans to the residents of the new homes we are building. We look forward to further collaboration with Brentford FC through this partnership.”
Jon Varney, Brentford FC Chief Executive, said: “The Club has enjoyed working closely with EcoWorld London and I am delighted to welcome them now as a Platinum Partner. EcoWorld have shown a long-term commitment to Brentford FC and the local community and I know they want to build a fantastic neighbourhood around our new stadium that will greatly benefit our fans on matchdays as well as residents. I hope this relationship will continue for many years to come.”

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