Reesink Turfcare expands in East Anglia

Reesink Turfcare has expanded its team in East Anglia with five new members.

New members of the Reesink team in East Anglia. Image: Reesink Turfcare
New members of the Reesink team in East Anglia. Image: Reesink Turfcare

Stuart Hall joins the company as service manager following 16 years’ experience servicing and maintaining Toro‘s turfcare machinery.

Andrew Carpenter is the new parts supervisor. He previously worked for nine years with Lely Turfcare, where he was most recently the company’s first point of contact for technical parts queries and the company’s TYM tractor product specialist.

Mechanical engineer Matt Thomas and Liam Pindred, who has five years’ experience as a workshop technician and production workshop supervisor at Reesink, join the mobile technician team. Keith Knight brings two years’ experience in the Reesink assembly and service department to the branch in his new role of internal workshop technician.

Hall said: "As workshop manager at John O’Gaunt Golf Club, where I worked for 25 years, I have been on the ‘other’ side of things and know exactly how important it is to be able to rely on distributor and manufacturer back-up and prompt parts delivery.

"I have worked through the preparation and hosting of major events including the 2010 Ryder Cup and can vouch that in order to keep to deadlines and tight schedules having direct access to factory-based technicians is essential."

The Reesink Turfcare East Anglia branch operates from Reesink’s headquarters, supporting the region’s professional grounds maintenance customers, including golf clubs and sports clubs, leisure sites, local authorities, landscape maintenance contractors and large estates and private gardens.

Hall added: "This recent expansion demonstrates the importance the company places on its local networks and why the region has developed a strong Toro and TYM customer base. These are exciting and busy times."

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