0 Dennis don't stand still

Dennis don't stand still

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Dennis have moved to a larger stand in a new location in the exhibition ground, enabling them to showcase a host of new products and developments to its range of precision mowing equipment.

Exemplifying the company's pro-active approach to developing customer solutions, Dennis will show the new 'Simplex' (G610) professional cylinder mower for the first time and a new handlebar configuration for the popular Sport model.

Several enhancements to the pioneering FT range will be announced. Copied by some other manufacturers, but never rivalled, the FT mowers accept quick-change cassettes so that other essential turf care tasks can be accomplished, such as aerating, verti-cutting and turf grooming. This multi-tasking capability maximises efficiency and gives high work-rates.

Incorporating the best in British design and engineering, Dennis equipment has built up a loyal customer base of discerning and delighted customers. More are being added constantly, throughout the UK and overseas. From groundsmen at Premiership Football Clubs to greenkeepers tending Village Bowls Greens, more and more sports turf managers nationwide appreciate the benefits of Dennis machines, in terms of quality and reliability.

Dennis will promote the many other benefits that customers appreciate, including ease of maintenance, an excellent dealer network and prompt service and back-up. The company will also give details of a new range of finance options.

With such a feature-rich display, the Dennis stand is a must-see at Saltex, which runs from 6-8 September at Windsor Racecourse.

Photo: Grounds Manager Zdenek Valis on one of the greens at Fritton Lake Countryworld, Suffolk, with the Dennis FT510.

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