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Landscape Amenity PRODUCT UPDATE


Ransomes Jacobsen unveil dedicated demonstration team to target the golf and municipal sectors

Ransomes Jacobsen, the

Going quietly Three Cub Cadet utility

vehicles have been supplied by Barrus dealer Hamilton Bros, Bishopton, Renfrewshire, to the Wemyss Bay Caravan Park who had a requirement for a covered run around vehicle with towing capabilities and a tipping cargo box. A 4 wheel drive diesel utility

vehicle was initially evaluated but dismissed in favour of the Cub Cadet 4x2 petrol utility vehicle. Powered by a 624cc, V-Twin Kohler engine the Cub Cadet proved to be exceptionally smooth and quiet in operation, an important consideration for the Park ensuring noise levels are kept to a minimum when in close proximity to the caravans.

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Ipswich-based turf maintenance equipment manufacturer, has unveiled a dedicated product demonstration team to promote their range of turf care products to the golf and municipal sectors across the UK and Ireland. Ransomes Jacobsen, a Textron Inc (NYSE: TXT) company This new team consists of

three newly appointed demonstrators equipped with 18 tonne Volvo FLH 290 rigid bodied trucks with beavertail platform,

hydraulic folding

ramps and a 3.5 tonne electric winch. A further demonstrator, based in Scotland, will operate with a 4x4 vehicle and dedicated trailer. Supporting the on-road team will be two permanent technicians with full workshop facilities,

including hydraulic

ramps and lifting frames, based at Ransomes Jacobsen’s headquarters in Ipswich. The new team will report directly to demonstration manager Matt Find it first & fast @

High profile planting

planting of a large number of semi-mature trees. The development, designed

around an existing canal basin, required the highest quality landscape scheme to achieve the local authority planner’s long term vision for the area. Trees were planted using

Greenleaf root barrier systems in conjunction with the RootCell structural soil support modules. This has resulted in trees being planted in close proximity to buildings together with tree lined plaza’s being formed in hard landscaped areas.

The recent high profile

housing development at Diglis Basin in Worcester involved the

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Rupert Price, UK & Ireland sales manager at Ransomes Jacobsen said, “We have been contemplating this approach to product demonstrations for some time, and felt that now was an opportune time to implement this strategy. Bringing demonstrations in house will give us greater control

over how our equipment is presented to end-users. “Our dealers have been doing a decent job, but there has been a level of variability in how demonstrations have been conducted. Now, using our own fully trained staff with support from head office, we can ensure that all demonstrations are of the highest quality and give us

an improved chance of winning business. “We are determined to

achieve a significant increase in market share over the next four years in all sectors of the market. Therefore, we have committed considerable resource to this new strategy and, in the long- term, we are convinced that the payback will be winning more

business.” The new demonstration team is comprised of: John Clifford, a former demonstrator with sprayer manufacturer Gambetti Barr; Robert Hayward, who previously worked for Ransomes Jacobsen’s dealer, Ernest Doe and Sons; Harvey Doughty, a familiar face to many in the industry as he has been Ransomes Jacobsen’s dedicated delivery driver for many years while working for haulier Kelsa Trucks; and Ian Bridges, in his new role as product support specialist for Scotland and Ireland. The two technicians

supporting the demonstrators have been recruited from within Ransomes Jacobsen. They are David Land,

a test and

development engineer and Phil Self, a test engineer from the company’s assembly line.

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