Green-tech unveil their new 2020 product catalogue

Green-tech has announced that their new 2020 product catalogue is now printed and available for all their customers, architects and garden designers across the UK.

The catalogue is packed with over 13,000 products for tree planting in a rural and an urban environment, tree irrigation, ground, wind, weed and erosion control; as well as soils, growing media and barks, wildflower seed and conservation products, pond suppliers and grounds maintenance.

Green-tech’s Managing Director Rachel Kay commented,

“Our 2020 product catalogue is crammed with thousands of tried and tested forestry and landscaping products. Only the best products that made it through our robust processes, lived up to our customers’ expectations and have stood the test of time have made it into this catalogue.”

The catalogue features several new product lines which include Green-tree roof garden subsoil and Green-tree Bioretention soil, an extended range of geotextiles and geosynthetic clay liners. There is also a new range of geotextile anchors which have been developed for areas subject to over-steepening or unstable ground and a new gt Anchor base system which offers an alternative solution to a concrete base in small to medium structures such as sheds, decking or summer houses.

Green-tech has had another exceptional year. 2019 has seen them celebrate 25 years of supplying the industry. They are well known and well respected for their no-nonsense can-do approach to business. They enjoyed 12 consecutive record-breaking months and their highest ever annual turnover, up almost 20% on last year. The demand for their products has seen Green-tech pull forward expansion plans and they are currently building two new warehouses and additional car parking that the company will need to meet demand and accommodate its growing workforce.

Each year Green-tech donates to charity for each catalogue distributed. This years’ beneficiary is the York Teaching Hospital Charity which cares for local hospitals from York to the Yorkshire Coast. They help by funding the extras to improve the healthcare facilities above and beyond the NHS to make patients feel better.

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