Fencing News

STIHL’S BATTERY CHARGE WITH BRUSHCUTTERS

STIHL has launched a new range of brushcutters, the most powerful battery powered brushcutters in its AP System, offering unrivalled power and efficiency to professional users. The FSA 200 and FSA 200 R boast a power output up to 60% higher compared to the FSA 135, giving the brushcutters a comparable performance to the petrol-powered […]Read More

COLLABORATION CALL FOR FORESTRY LEADERS

Forestry leaders must band together to change public attitudes to spruce trees and commercial forestry, conference delegates heard at the launch of an industry report in late November 2023. The call came as experts from Tilhill and specialist forestry agency GOLDCREST Land & Forestry Group highlighted the fall in tree planting in the past year […]Read More

DECKING COMPANY’S ‘FLOATING’ GARDENS

Specialist decking firm Macdeck Landscaping is gearing up for significant growth after receiving a patent for its unique deck system, which could be used in a range of new sectors. The company is in talks with builders’ merchants and other potential distributors to sell the panel systems across the UK. Macdeck worked with the Advanced […]Read More

ARBOR FOREST OFFERS BIRDS EYE VIEW!

Arbor Forest Products is inviting the world to take a virtual tour around their impressive 90-acre site in New Holland, North Lincolnshire. Innovation doesn’t stop in the sawmill for Arbor Forest and the latest commitment to its customers is a first-person view (FPV) drone video to showcase the size and scale of the site at […]Read More

HOPING FOR A SAFER 2024

From a commercial perspective, businesses associated with the automated gate sector should be in for an improved year in 202 With interest rates stabilising, there is less financial uncertainty. Whilst inflation is still an issue, it is likely to drop to 2.5% by the second half of 2024, and consequentially interest rates are also likely […]Read More

HERAS APPOINT JANET SHELLEY MBE

The UK permanent perimeter protection solutions arm of Heras has appointed Janet Shelley MBE as a Business Development Manager (BDM) for the company’s servicing and maintenance department. Janet will cover the south of the UK and will target the owners and landlords of public spaces, manufacturing plants, engineering sites, sports stadia and distribution hubs to […]Read More

BAND OF BUILDERS HELPS ULSTER GIRL

A 12-year-old girl who was left with severe learning difficulties will be able to play safely in her back garden for the first time after volunteer builders and landscapers completed a project at her home in Craigavon in Northern Ireland. Aiva Barry and her family have thanked volunteers from award- winning construction charity Band of […]Read More

APF SHOW RETURNS!

APF 2024, one of the UK’s largest fencing, arboricultural, forestry, woodland, trees and timber shows, will take place once again at Ragley Estate,Alcester,Warwickshireon the 19/20/21st September 2024. APF 2022 was a huge success with 320 exhibitors and over 23000 trade visitors attending over the three days. Exhibitorsreported excellent business throughout. Stihl commented ‘We had an […]Read More

GROUND CONTROL TO MAJOR ON NET-ZERO TARGETS

Ground Control’s commitment to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2038 has been validated by the Science Based Targets initiative Twelve years ahead of the Government’s goal, the SBTi has validated the science-based greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets submitted by the grounds maintenance firm to cut its direct emissions (scope 1 & 2) by 90% […]Read More

UP THE GARDEN PATH

Louise Tomlin considers taking a more natural approach to planting In recent years I’ve become aware of the increasing popularity of naturalistic planting. This is a style of planting that is inspired by natural environments that attempts to echo how plants occur in the natural world, that is aesthetically pleasing and allows them to compliment […]Read More