Franz Steindl has been offering landscape maintenance services in the Lower Austrian municipality of Groß Sierning since 2009. Some of the activities that he performs include embankment mowing of freight roads and keeping forest trails clear of obstacles.
The Lautergrund Rehabilitation Clinic has purchased GreenTec machines for maintaining green areas and mowing slopes next to the road.
Previously, the workers at the clinic had to use handheld brush cutters to maintain the areas close to the road. It was a quite difficult task due to how steep the slopes are.
We are looking for dealers of tractor and loader equipment to distribute our products in Québec, Canada.
Please contact Matt Langford for more information.
E-mail: [email protected]
We are delighted to have Benny Winther back on the GreenTec team. Benny has previously been a foreman at GreenTec where he was employed for more than 20 years. In the last five years he has been selling spare parts at another company. Benny takes over from Peter Skov with After-Sales Service.
"The GreenTec pruning saw is sensational. Its power is amazing. The hydraulic side shift and cutting angle adjustment is great. Everything works flawlessly in every possible aspect," said Friedl Krimbacher from Schwendt, Austria.
In 2020, Buckeye Farmers took another leap forward which has yielded amazing sales results.
Buckeye Farmers continues to develop the business through sales and marketing efforts. We must reward their initiative and that is why Buckeye Farmers is the GreenTec dealer of the year for export markets.
The Multi Carrier FOX is specially developed to carry our Barrier Mower RI 60 & 80. It is an ideal solution for people who are interested in mowing grass under horse fences, guardrails or around trees in orchards.
Vance Honda has acquired a GreenTec Multi Carrier HXF 2302 and Quadsaw LRS 1402 for the maintenance of coffee trees in Hawaii, USA.
The machines were purchased through Tanner Rhodus at Buckeye Farmers in Eaton, Ohio.
GreenTec has been in the Canadian market since 2015 and dealers and end users have come to know the products as reliable and productive additions to their fleets.
Recently GreenTec advertised that they were looking for a new importer to Canada and Matt Langford from Guildwood Farms Inc. inquired and subsequently entered into an agreement to serve the Canadian market as GreenTec’s importer.
Niels Martin Aggesen runs Aggesensgård in Maugstrup, Denmark. Niels is part of the 13th generation on the farm and manages a traditional plant breeding operation with grain and rapeseed. He also has a slaughter production with antibiotic-free pigs.
Niels has invested in a GreenTec Multi Carrier HXF 3302 and Quadsaw LRS 2402 for his Manitou MLT 737 130 PS+ telehandler.
“I really like the shape of the Quadsaw LRS 2401 with four blades that overlap each other so no branches avoid the saw. I am very happy with the performance of the saw and have not needed to replace any parts yet," says Stefan Kok from Kok Agro-service in Soest, Netherlands.
"When we cut hedges near vineyards, the harvester drives over the vinegrape rows. Thus, hedges are cut without damaging the vine plants. That would not be possible with any other machine,” said Markus Debo.
Buckeye Farmers is excited about the products GreenTec has to offer and look forward to working with customers looking for high efficient low maintenance machines for their green-area maintenance needs.
Johann Fenninger from Eugendorf in Austria has bought a GreenTec Multi Carrier HXF 2802 and Rotary Hedge Cutter RC 132 from Mauch GmbH & Co. KG who is our exclusive importer in Austria. The GreenTec machines are attached to his Stoll Robust F30 HD front loader on his John Deere 5070M tractor.
"We decided to buy the machines from GreenTec as we have many rented fields with brush extending out from the fencelines. It is difficult to get in close with our equipment if we do not clean back the brush."
Norrekroks Maskintjänst is located in Skäne, Sweden and performs landscape maintenance jobs in the agricultural and municipal segments. They offer services for hedge cutting and verge mowing. Additionally, they also remove snow from roads and spread fertilizer on fields.
We purchased the GreenTec Quadsaw LRS 2002 from Maple Lane Farm Service in Mount Forest, Ontario, Canada. The saw was mounted to a Ferri boom so there were a few hurdles with flow rates and mounts that GreenTec helped with.
Since 2001, Kai Ruppel has been operating a contracting company in Hessen, Germany.
He has worked with landscape management for some years now. Previously, he used a cutterbar to maintain hedges.
However, he started to see an increase in orders to clear and maintain pathways and roads in his local surroundings. To meet the increased demand, Kai decided to purchase a GreenTec Quadsaw.
The advantage with the Rotary Crusher is that you can easily change between blades and chains for different working conditions, so you achieve an optimal result.
Therefore, I always bring a wagon behind my tractor with various tools when I go out and do work so I can adapt to the working conditions.
We are in the process of getting dealers for our products in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Please, do not hesitate to contact us if there is no dealer in your area. Dennis Martin, our Sales Manager in Canada, will happily help you with your request.
Dennis Martin, Sales Manager in Canada:
E-mail: [email protected]
The GreenTec brand was introduced in Canada during the Outdoor Farm Show 2016 in Woodstock Ontario. Since then a dealer network has been set-up throughout the southern parts of Ontario and Quebec together with the Atlantic Provinces.
Here you can find an overview of the dealers that sell GreenTec's machines. The dealers will happily demonstrate the machines for you.
You can use the map in the picture or Google Maps to locate the dealer closest to you.
You will find the contact information for the GreenTec dealers below. Contact them to receive more information or request a demonstration.
(Article printed in Ontario Farmer, Tuesday, November 15, 2016 by Jeffrey Carter)
A Lambton County farmer is working more land with far less aggravation thanks to his decision to bring Danish fence-line trimming technology to Canada.
“This is the first year I’ve been able to plow without a tree touching my tractor,” Dan Konzelmann said.