The new 2019 Green-tech catalogue is now in print and available for all customers, architects and garden designers across the UK.
The new 2019 product catalogue celebrates 25 years of trading for Green-tech. It is full with over 6,500 products for rural and urban tree planting, tree irrigation and ground, wind, weed and erosion control. It also has grounds maintenance, soils and growing media and wildflower and conservation products.
The catalogue features the new TreeBio range of biodegradable planting sundries. It also has a new range of liquid fertilisers and an extended range of ecology products.
Green-tech’s managing director Rachel Kay said:
“In 2019 we will be celebrating a quarter of a century supplying the industry. An exceptional achievement for us and this catalogue is an accumulation of 25 years’ experience. It has been a long time testing, evaluating and selling thousands of forestry and landscaping products. If a product has made it through our robust processes and stood up to our customers expectations to make it into this catalogue you can rest assured it’s the best you can use.’
“We’ve seen many changes in this time. Our business has grown at an exceptional rate. We would like to thank all our loyal customers who have helped us along the way. We’ve spent the last 25 years perfecting our offering; from product and service through to delivery. We couldn’t have done this without their feedback and support. We’ll continue with new product development, looking for good-fit acquisitions. Here’s to the next 25 years!”
Green-tech has had an exceptional year. They enjoyed 12 consecutive record-breaking months and their highest annual turnover, at £14.5m. Their employee head count is at an all-time high and the sales team is their largest team. There are plans for further growth scheduled. They took on a number of apprentices earlier this year, proving so successful, that they have plans to recruit more. The company is celebrating its three-year premise anniversary later this month at their business park in North Yorkshire. Green-tech has undergone extensive planned growth with aims to reach turnover of £20m within the next few years. Planning permission has gone through for a further three warehouses to meet growing demand.
Each year Green-tech donates to charity for each catalogue distributed. This years’ beneficiary is FND Action which supports those diagnosed with a Functional Neurological Disorder (FND). This includes Non-Epileptic Attack Disorder (NEAD). The charity was founded by a group of people who had positive diagnosis themselves, who came together to provide help and support to others.
For your personal copy of the 2019 catalogue email email@example.com