A landscaper in East Hampton, N.Y., addresses his village board, raising questions about why other noisy tools are not regulated and says that smaller landscaping companies can't afford battery-powered equipment.
More than one-quarter of landscaping companies will up capital expenditures in 2018, while two-thirds will maintain their 2017 spending levels, according to the Seaport Global Securities latest survey. Only 10% say they will reduce their investment in power equipment in 2018.
Todd Teske, Chairman, President & CEO of Briggs & Stratton, explains InfoHub, the
company's web-based fleet management software solution for commercial cutting
professionals, designed to drive efficiency, accountability and profitability.
Alyn Brown of Level Up Development, who is also a technology contributor to Rural Lifestyle Dealer, highlights products that stood out to him at the 2019 GIE+Expo, including equipment from Mean Green, Ariens, Bad Boy and Ferris.
Yanmar was founded in 1912 and developed the world's first commercially viable small diesel engine in 1933. The diesel engine has continued as our core business ever since, our key tool in the rationalization and modernization of agriculture, fishing and industry.
Virginia Beach-based STIHL Inc., produces a full line of high-quality, handheld outdoor power equipment including blowers, trimmers, brushcutters, and multi-task tools, as well as the number one selling brand of chainsaws worldwide. STIHL Inc. manufactures over 260 model variations of handheld outdoor power equipment for sale in the U.S. and around the world.