TAG: Heaviland Landscape Management

Companies in the News: Arborjet launches program to protect America’s iconic trees; Heaviland Landscape Management receives NALP designation; and more from Monster Tree Service and Greenworks

April 25, 2018By

Arborjet launched “Saving America’s Iconic Trees,” the company’s latest initiative to ensure the health and longevity of the country’s trees. The campaign targets America’s most beloved trees—which includes the most awe-inspiring in terms of size and age and those that dazzle with their beauty and provide shelter and comfort to a community—offering complimentary treatment to prevent insects, disease and poor... read more

People on the Move: New hires and promotions from Gothic Landscape, Kawasaki, Heaviland, UTA, Willowood, Ruppert

January 11, 2017By

Tim Zech resigned as president of United Turf Alliance (UTA), a company that markets turf protection products under ArmorTech and Optimizer brand. Zech, who was with the company for seven years, will assume the position of turf and ornamental national sales manager with Willowood USA, a manufacturer of turf and ornamental chemicals and UTA supplier. Prior to UTA, Zech held roles with Sostram Corp. and Sipcam Agro... read more

Companies in the News: WAC hosts lighting summit, Heaviland renovates office complex, Milorganite celebrates 90 years

December 14, 2016By

WAC Lighting held the first Landscape Lighting Summit Nov. 4-5 at its headquarters in Port Washington, N.Y. Industry professionals, such as electrical engineers, irrigation professionals and landscape contractors, gained knowledge on WAC’s current products, new LED technologies and concepts for lighting fixtures that are not currently in the marketplace. The event was hosted by Shelly and Dirk Wald, the owners of... read more

Companies in the News: Morbark, Greenscape, Heaviland, Spring-Green

March 30, 2016By

Morbark was acquired by an affiliate of Stellex Capital Management. Acquisition details were not disclosed. For 50 years, the company has produced equipment for the forestry, tree care, recycling and other markets. Dan Ruskin will serve as the company’s CEO. Ruskin has an extensive management background in lean manufacturing and corporate restructuring, and most recently, he founded and managed Anchor Resource Management and Anchor Holdings,... read more

People on the Move: NALP selects tech adviser; LandCare adds two executives; and more

March 9, 2016By

The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) selected Barry Troutman, Ph.D., as its new technical adviser. Troutman, a 38-year veteran of the industry, most recently served as director and vice president of technical services for ValleyCrest. Previously, he worked in technical and training capacities with Massey Services and ChemLawn. Troutman also worked with the Professional Lawn Care Association of America, an NALP legacy association. Heaviland Landscape Management in... read more

Companies in the News: Great Northern Equipment, Heads Up, Heaviland, TurfMutt

February 23, 2016By

Great Northern Equipment (GNE) purchased the assets of Maxim Manufacturing, a Mississippi-based manufactuerer commercial landscape tillers, trimmers, sprinklers, rollers and more. GNE is based in Rogers, Minn., and has a branch office in Garland, Texas. The company has sold outdoor power equipment to dealers, rental stores and big box stores nationwide for more than 30 years. Heads Up Landscape Contractors in New Mexico debuted a... read more