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SCH (Supplies) Ltd announces increase in sales

SCH

We’ve had a prolonged dry spell in the UK and this means that keeping plants, turf and trees watered becomes a more essential task than usual.

SCH (Supplies) Ltd says it has noticed a definite increase in orders for its water units and bowsers over the last few weeks.

“Because we have such a diverse range, we’ve had many existing and new customers turning to us to solve their watering problems,” says managing director Andrew Rodwell. “We manufacture push along sprayers, towed sprayers and skid mounted waterers. We make large capacity units, small capacity units, dampening units and dedicated hanging basket waterers.”

Andrew goes on to say that another of the reasons that SCH have been so busy with water units is because of the bespoke service the company offers.

“We’ve designed and manufactured a large number of individual machines to a customer’s exact specifications. Sometimes because they have a certain use in mind, such as one customer who needed a fire tender for his premises. Other times it could be that they need an especially narrow unit because access is limited, or they need a waterer designed to mount on to an existing vehicle.”

Whatever requirements a customer may have, Andrew feels confident that in most cases, SCH will be able to help. He also puts the companies’ popularity down to the fact that it has a helpful parts department that means your machine parts can easily be replaced after wear or if something is lost.

To discover the SCH range for yourself, visit the website at www.schsupplies.co.uk or contact the company on 01473 328272 or at sales@schsupplies.co.uk.

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