0 Graden gets new UK representation with Charterhouse Turf Machinery

Nick Darking 2With immediate effect, Charterhouse Turf Machinery has taken on the distribution of the Graden range of Verticutters from R & K Kensett.

Graden Industries of Australia have completely endorsed this transfer having signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Charterhouse.

Richard Kensett, son of R&K Kensett founder Keith Kensett, had this to say; "My Dad held Charterhouse in high regard.

All of us in the family and the firm are pleased that the great work he did with the Graden product range can be continued with a good partner. Our customers can continue to be well serviced now we have closed the firm.

We wish Charterhouse and Graden Industries every success together."

For Charterhouse Turf Machinery, Nick Darking, responded, "This is great news for Charterhouse and existing Graden users. The Graden range of machines complements everything that we do for the care and maintenance of sports turf.

We have worked for many years with the Kensett team at shows, demonstrations and technical seminars and are really pleased that we can continue that work.

We will support all the existing Graden users with parts and technical support, and will be contacting them all over the coming weeks."

Graden CSIGraden Industries is at the leading edge of quality specialist turf machinery. The company started out as a family business serving just the Australian Turf Industry, but over the years has branched out throughout the world.

Their range of pedestrian verticutters is renowned for their depth of cut and ingenuity with products like the CSI - a floating head pedestrian verticutter with the ability to inject sand through a gravity feed system.

Larger PTO driven units include the SW04 with three individual floating heads to assist with undulating conditions.


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