Dennis and SISIS, leading British manufacturers of innovative world class turf maintenance equipment, have reported a very successful Golf Industry Show in Orlando in early February during which they launched two new SISIS products to the US market, generated high quality enquiries and sold several machines from the stand.
Dennis and SISIS return to BTME 2014 on stand A5 with a continuation of the successful product launches from IOG SALTEX earlier this year. The joint stand will feature a range of products that have been engineered to provide turf professionals with machines that really perform.
SISIS will be exhibiting at the Golf Industry Show (GIS) which is taking place in the Orange County Convention Centre in Orlando on February 5-6 2014, at booth 1979, with two new products - the Rotorake 600HD pedestrian de-thatcher and the Rotorake TM1000 tractor mounted de-thatcher which now features a new interchangeable reel system.
Natural and artificial sports ground contractor, White Horse Contractors, continually invest in specialised plant and machinery. This policy has seen the Northern arm of the company recently purchase a SISIS Brush-Pro ride-on brushing system and SISIS SSS1000 towed rotary brush sweeper for all regular synthetic surface maintenance contracts.
The next round of the Dennis and SISIS bowling green maintenance seminars has been announced, with the company heading to Currie Bowling Club, Near Edinburgh on 1st October before moving on to Cardonald Bowling Club in Glasgow on 2nd October.
Folkestone Cricket Club has ambitions to become an outground for Kent County Cricket Club and to help them achieve this aim, they have chosen Dennis and SISIS machinery to prepare the outfield, wicket and square.
SISIS are to showcase three new products at the 2013 IOG Saltex show, which is always a key event for groundcare professionals.
A new pedestrian scarifier will be launched along with two redesigned products, the SISIS Dart pedestrian aerator and SISIS TM1000 tractor mounted scarifier.
Following an extensive demonstration process, Leicester City Council has purchased a SISIS Supaturfman - an independently powered heavy duty aerator, for key maintenance tasks throughout the year on their five bowling greens.
The SISIS Supaturfman is ideal for maintenance as a bowling green or cricket square aerator.
When the time came for Andy Chetram, Facilities Manager at Central Park Stadium - the UK’s longest greyhound track, to purchase new maintenance equipment there was only one choice - a SISIS Quadraplay.
The 1.8m wide single pass maintenance system equipped with tilth rake, grooming rake and levelling plate helps remove paw prints from the previous race while simultaneously smoothing and firming the surface to provide the optimum conditions for the next race.
In a bid to dramatically improve the playing characteristics of the green at Laguna Beach Lawn Bowling Club in California, a SISIS Auto Rotorake MK5 pedestrian heavy duty de-thatcher has been purchased.
Dennis and SISIS, whose turf maintenance equipment is widely used by cricket groundsman at all levels, are delighted to announce a new partnership with the Club Cricket Conference.
Working with trusted industry partners, Keith Kent has devised a rugby club pitch maintenance equipment package. The package is designed to meet the needs of rugby union clubs that aim to deliver a high quality pitch maintenance programme. The range of machinery includes a SISIS Quadraplay, SISIS Multitiner and Iseki TM3265 tractor.
The SISIS Brush-Pro ride-on brushing system has been chosen by Leicester City Football Club for all regular synthetic surface maintenance at the club's Belvoir Drive training ground. The machine, specifically designed for maintaining synthetic surfaces, will be used on the full size 3G pitch as well as the 80m x 60m indoor pitch.
Platts Harris Limited, part of Lookers Plc, have been appointed as dealers to cover the Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire areas by Dennis and SISIS.
They will provide sales, service and parts support to customers for the full range of Dennis professional mowers and complete range of SISIS natural and synthetic turf maintenance machinery from their premises at Tuxford in Nottinghamshire and Darley Dale in Derbyshire.
Compacted, waterlogged golf and bowls greens in Norwich are now a thing of the past after local grounds maintenance provider, Lowestoft-based Waveney Norse, recently invested in a SISIS Autoslit pedestrian powered deep slitter.
The SISIS Autoslit, ideal for fine or outfield turf produces excellent underground cultivation due to the angle of the tines, aiding aeration.
Dennis and SISIS have brought their spring 2013 series of educational events to a close with the recent bowls seminar at Meole Brace Bowling Club in Shrewsbury. Committed to educating greenkeepers on how to maintain and look after bowling greens, the British manufacturer was pleased with the event which attracted more than 50 people including a mix of technical presentations and demonstrations ‘on the green’.
Dennis and SISIS, divisions of the Howardson Group, a leading British manufacturer of innovative world class turf maintenance equipment, has announced a new strategic partnership with Fusion Media (Europe) Limited that will include working together on a variety of PR and digital media projects for both brands.
Dennis and SISIS scored a well-earned ‘6’ with over 150 delegates attending their recent Seminar at The Brightonandhovejobs.com County Ground. The programme for the day was kicked off by the company's Area Sales Manager, Robert Jack, who welcomed delegates and thanked the event's sponsors for their additional support.
Sitting alongside one of the largest man-made lakes in Europe, Rutland Water Golf Club offers the golfer 18 holes on the championship Normanton Course and 9 par 3 holes on the Hambleton course. The club did have standing water issues on greens, but following the acquisition of a Sisis Javelin Aer-Aid 1500, Head Greenkeeper, Dan Wren reports a dramatic improvement.
Cricket Groundsmen will shortly have the opportunity to refresh their education on how to maintain their pitches, courtesy of Dennis & SISIS. The company are once again showing their commitment to turf professionals by staging a seminar in conjunction with Andy Mackay, host and Head Groundsman at Sussex County Cricket Club, in Hove on Thursday 28th February 2013.
Truro Golf Club Head Greenkeeper, Jim Sheehan, is a long way from his Liverpool roots and West Derby Golf Club where he first encountered the Sisis name. In August of this year he took delivery of a Sisis Variseeder 1300 with standard discharge roller and also a Multitiner 1.8m aerator and immediately put them to work.
Responding to popular demand by golf clubs and Greenkeepers on the Isle of Man, Dennis & SISIS recently took to the road again. The company’s ‘Golf Machinery Roadshow’ was held at three venues with the Dennis/SISIS team putting together a practical hands-on demonstration of their equipment to a total gathering of over 50 people at Douglas Golf Course.
At BTME 2013 Dennis and Sisis will be exhibiting the Sisis Rotorake TM1000, this popular tractor mounted scarifier gives the user a combination of scarification and linear aeration allied with heavy duty power to control and remove thatch, reduce standing water and improve filtration. To maintain the ideal depth of scarification, the weight of the collection box and any material is absorbed by the main frame on the front roller, independent from the reel.
The Emerson Country Club in Sejong City, South Korea has recently upgraded its turf maintenance machinery with the delivery of a SISIS Javelin Aer-Aid 1500 tractor mounted aerator by local SISIS dealer Arcwin Co, which has led to six further sales of the machine in the region
Continuing its commitment to thought provoking seminars, Dennis & SISIS recently held one for Cricket Groundsmen at the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff. Keith Exton, Head Groundsman of Glamorgan CCC, together with his Chief Executive Alan Hamer welcomed over 130 delegates to the seminar, all no doubt keen to visit a test match ground and learn from the experts.
St Peter’s School in York is a co-educational independent school for 13 -18 year olds which prides itself on its excellent sports facilities. These comprise a new multi surface pitch, two sports centres, gymnasium, indoor swimming pool, extensive playing fields, boathouse, netball and tennis courts.
Dennis and SISIS will again be exhibiting and demonstrating their range of world class turf maintenance equipment at Saltex 2012. Visitors to the stand will be able to view an upgraded and improved version of the SISIS ride-on brush system which is designed specifically for the maintenance of synthetic surfaces.
Presentation is of great importance at Overstone Park Golf Club in Northamptonshire, since the club is part of a leisure resort where hotel guests and second home owners enjoy a luxury health club as well as the 18-hole golf course. This year Overstone Park Golf Club is proud to be hosting both the men’s and ladies County Championships.
Dennis & Sisis concluded their 2011 series of educational events with the recent Groundsman cricket seminar at Essex County Cricket Ground. With Stuart Kerrison, Head Groundsman at Essex CCC, as the host, the programme took on a slightly different format to previous seminars as it extended into the evening and included a floodlit tour of the ground.
Part of the Foundation of King Edward VI Schools is King Edward’s in Edgbaston, Birmingham. This independent establishment has separate boys’ and girls’ sections offering education for 11-18 year olds. Extensive sporting facilities include 5 rugby pitches, 3 cricket squares, synthetic and natural hockey pitches, plus a First XV-First XI field with an athletics track for the boys, and netball and tennis courts for the girls.
Dennis and SISIS are taking to the road again with their successful seminar format. This time they're giving groundsmen and greenkeepers on the Isle of Man an opportunity to attend a Turf Care Seminar at Ballafletcher Sports Club on Wednesday 21st March.
The 2012 Dennis and Sisis Turf Care Seminar programme sailed into the Isle of Man with a very successful and well attended day at the Ballafletcher Sports Club. Dennis & Sisis were pleased with the event and their well proven format certainly drew in the crowds. Over 70 people attended the day which encompassed a mix of technical presentations and demonstrations ‘on the pitch’.
Following their recent highly successful series of bowling green maintenance seminars in teh north of England and western Scotland, Dennis and Sisis are pleased to announce their next Seminar will take place on Wednesday 23rd May 2012 in Northampton.
Committed to educating greenkeepers on how to maintain and look after bowling greens, Dennis and Sisis delivered two extremely informative, educational and interactive seminars to greenkeepers in Scotland and England.