GreenJacket to distribute TarpDevil in U.S.A.
TarpDevil and GreenJacket have entered into a business partnership that will see the latter become become the master distributor in the United States for the turf cover collecting and deploying machine.
TarpDevil was introducded to the turfgrass industry in August of 2017. The first of its kind, it is the industry's solution to reducing the burden associated with collecting and deploying covers on golf courses and the sports turf and equestrian arenas. The tractor-mounted, hydraulically-controlled cover management system exponentially reduces the labour required to manage tarps in spring and fall.
"We are thrilled to have forged a partnership with progressive industry leaders like GreenJacket," Jordan Kitchen, president of TarpDevil, said. "They have a long-standing reputation of serving their clients with best-in-class cover solutions, and we couldn't think of a better partner to help us serve end users as well as dealers and distributors in the U.S. and international markets."
Founded in 2017, TarpDevil is a Canadian company with offices and manufacturing facilities in Pushlinch, Ont.
"This latest innovation is particularly exciting, and we are proud to be affiliated with and represent TarpDevil across the U.S.A. and around the world," Jim Stoller, president of sales and marketing for GreenJacket, said.
In addition to its distributorship in the U.S.A., GreenJacket will distribute the product in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Russia and Australia.
To view a video of TarpDevil at work, visit http://tarpdevil.com/tarp-devil-product-video-live/.
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