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Pellenc Dealers Visit France Factory

Seeing Pellenc’s manufacturing and production facilities in Pertuis, France proved to be a real eye opener for 20 dealers.

Twenty Pellenc dealers from England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland recently visited Pellenc's state-of-the-art…

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SRUC Oatridge Students Introduced to Pellenc

Landscaping, horticulture and agricultural engineering students at the unique SRUC Oatridge campus in West Lothian near Edinburgh recently participated in an event which gave them the opportunity to learn more about Pellenc’s innovative battery…

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Pellenc, the world’s leading expert in battery-powered tools for maintaining landscapes, has launched the first truly professional ‘on-board’ battery range – The Pellenc Alpha range.

The Pellenc Alpha range sees two new batteries (P260 and…

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Places for People, one of the UK’s largest property management companies, has reported a number of significant benefits since investing in a large fleet of Pellenc battery powered equipment.

Places for People has over 50 years’ experience…

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John Rippin, head gardener at the stunning Bodnant Estate in North Wales, believes that his battery powered Airion hand blower from Pellenc is the perfect machine to avoid disrupting the estate’s visitors.   

The Bodnant Estate, a…

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The New Pellenc 1200 battery and harness enters UK market. The new Pellenc ULiB 1200 battery and harness has entered the UK market with battery life increased by 20% compared to the to the ULiB1100 battery. Pellenc is exclusively…

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Etesia UK has announced huge savings on selected models in its Duocut range of green technology battery-powered pedestrian mowers.

The revolution in battery powered equipment continues to sweep through the groundscare industry and it is…

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The Ernest Doe branch in Esher has been appointed as a new Etesia dealer and will be distributing Etesia’s complete product range throughout Surrey.

The renowned Ernest Doe brand can be traced all the way back to June 1898 when Ernest took…

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Etesia UK has announced the appointment of Country Machinery Ltd, based in Driffield, East Yorkshire as its newest dealer.

Country Machinery, a family run business providing sales, services repairs and parts for all grounds care…

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Etesia completes portfolio for Scamblers

Scamblers, based in Bourn, Cambridgeshire, believe they now have a complete portfolio of groundscare machinery after they were confirmed as Etesia UK’s newest dealer.

First established in 1974, the family owned business specialise in…

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Etesia UK dealers recently visited the company’s HQ and factory in Wissembourg, France to see their state-of-art factory and production line.

More than 15 dealers, made up of new and existing companies, took part in three days of visits and…

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Etesia will be launching their range of Greener City Equipment on stand C050 at IOG SALTEX 2017, which includes a range of environmentally-friendly battery-powered pedestrian and ride-on rotary mowers.

Environmental protection and a…

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Etesia Regional Dealer Events a Great Success

Over 50 general managers and sales managers from the Etesia and Pellenc UK dealer network attended the recent dealer conference events which were held at four venues across the country.

The regional conferences provided the opportunity to…

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10% off the Etesia Donky Electric Wheelbarrow

Etesia UK has announced that the Donky electric wheelbarrow is now available with a 10% price discount.

Lightweight, noiseless, no fumes and big savings on fuel - since its launch in 2015, the environmentally friendly Donky electric wheel…

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Open forum activity

Darren Mcsorley is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
44 minutes ago
David Benson replied to Ben Pritchard's discussion Kombi extension shaft problems
"have you tried snype nosed plyers or bend a wire into a hooked shape to pull it out i persume it is this that you mean https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/322781396752
the other end might need a new nut & bolt or try a spring washer on it "
8 hours ago
Gardens4u.co.uk commented on Gardens4u.co.uk's blog post Health and Safety on Landscape juice by Robin Ainsworth @ www.gardens4u.co.uk
"I agree Cesare. Totally. Same here in 17years now. "
8 hours ago
Darren Ross/Alan Dobbie replied to John Fulton's discussion matching mortar colour to original spec
"Why don’t you try Weatherpoint 365 Buff colour from Travis Perkins https://www.travisperkins.co.uk/Marshalls-Weatherpoint-365-Jointing...;
Great product."
10 hours ago
David Glynn replied to Steven Mills's discussion Damage to lawns caused by badgers
"Diluted Jeyes fluid, as advised by our local badger preservation society. It works by breaking the scent of the bugs etc they are after.
Tested on three sites and it has proved very effective, only a couple of treatments needed."
12 hours ago
Ben Pritchard posted a discussion
I have 2 Combi extension shafts, and they both have problems. One shaft has a broken plastic insert stuck inside the male end that is stopping the shaft from turning.. any suggestions on how to get it out?The other has a problem at the female end. T…
17 hours ago
Adam Frangou updated their profile photo
20 hours ago
John Fulton replied to Gary RK's discussion Are websites ‘old hat’ for small businesses ?
"As a consumer i prefer to choose the method which narrows the search and saves time which is nearly always through personal recommendation . 
I rarely trawl the web to find trades people i find it chaotic , its like trying to find a needle in a hays…"
23 hours ago
Geoffrey King replied to Adam Woods's discussion Ivy growing through a close board fence
"A 6ft high wall aint gonna stop no ivy, unless it has constant laser protective surveillance, to burn off those growth shoots. Coupled with a patrolling drone to intimidate that most awesome of spreading, climbing grow anywhere plants. The 'Ivy King'"
yesterday
dan replied to Gary RK's discussion Are websites ‘old hat’ for small businesses ?
"A website is supposed to be a partially static point of call for a potential customer./'Information'
Social media is supposed to be a constantly updating information highway. / 'personality'/ online presence.
I would always prefer to view someones w…"
yesterday
John Fulton replied to Gary RK's discussion Are websites ‘old hat’ for small businesses ?
"I dont have any involvement  in social media or a website but enquiries do come in from different segments including those who are young and technically savvie who seem to trust conventional methods of advertising , Possibly many realise how easy it…"
yesterday
Dan Frazer Gardening replied to Gary RK's discussion Are websites ‘old hat’ for small businesses ?
"I get a far greater proportion of good quality leads from the website, and a high rate of poor leads from social media. So I believe it's far from falling into redundancy. "
yesterday
Gary RK posted a discussion
It seems to be an unwritten rule that businesses (especially SMEs) need an online presence to be visible, make their ‘mark’ and grow, ie via a website.
However, there appears a trend that websites are loosing popularity with some preferring to estab…
yesterday
Etesia UK posted a blog post
Seeing Pellenc’s manufacturing and production facilities in Pertuis, France proved to be a real eye opener for 20 dealers.Twenty Pellenc dealers from England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland recently visited Pellenc's state-of-the-art facilities in Pert…
yesterday
Johannes Paasch was featured
Friday
Allen Terry updated their profile
Thursday
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