Soil Harmony

Charterhouse Turf Machinery's subsidiary company Soil Harmony has been the subject of a management buy-out led by technical manager Mark Atkins. Partners are Ian White of Whitehall Landscapes & Groundcare, and business specialist Tim Summerfield.

Commenting on his involvement, White says: "At Whitehall Landscapes we have seen at first hand what the Soil Harmony products can do and believe passionately in the quality and potential of the range. We are pleased to be involved in taking on the business and already have helped to attract several high-profile customers."

Soil Harmony was founded as part of Charterhouse Turf Machinery four years ago to complement its range of sports turf maintenance equipment.


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