Reesink Turfcare launches first Scottish service centre with open day

Reesink Turfcare's first service branch in Scotland is holding an open day with kit demonstrations to celebrate its launch.

Reesink Turfcare's first Scottish service team
Reesink Turfcare's first Scottish service team

Visitors at the event at the branch on Caputhall Road, Livingston, West Lothian, on 6 October will be able to see a wide range of the latest Toro turf equipment from greens, tees, fairway and roughs mowers to Workman utility vehicles, for golf, sport and other amenity fine turf, as well as examples of Toro groundscare models for councils, contractors and landscapers. Added to this will be compact tractors from TYM.

Reesink Turfcare, the exclusive distributor in the UK and Ireland for Toro professional turfcare machinery and irrigation products for the golf, sport and amenity sectors, is the company formerly known as Lely Turfcare which was re-named following its acquisition by Netherlands company Royal Reesink in July.

Reesink Turfcare sales manager David Jackman said the open day is "a unique opportunity to see and find out about all the many ways in which we can help customers maintain their turf or green spaces to the best standard, all with the highest productivity and cost-effectiveness."

Reesink’s service and parts team will be available to show visitors around the new facility, and the UK training manager can advise on operator training.

The new branch focuses on dealing directly with customers, adding value and building relationships. The branch will house a regional demo fleet, provide maintenance and a parts after-sale service. NSTS testing, demonstrations, machinery hire and servicing, cylinder grinding and welding, fluid oil testing and on-site servicing are also on offer.

Call 01506 300880 or click here for more information. 


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