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CEuk Celebrate 10 Years In Business

CEuk Celebrate 10 Years In Business: 10 years ago, CEuk’s small team of three friends attended APF with nothing more than a folding table, gazebo and a selection of pruning handsaws, fast forward to 2019 and the brand is now recognised as one of the main specialists in outdoor professional products.

CE stands for Cutting Edge and the product range stays true to its name, the British company continues to evolve whilst providing bladed products for arborists, forestry, landscaping, gardening, agriculture, survivalist, metal detecting and many more industries. It offers genuine value for money tools alongside a service that goes the extra mile to give great customer satisfaction.

CEuk Celebrate 10 Years In Business

From the beginning the team has listened to feedback, acted upon it by making improvements and responding with new products that offer more benefits and at a reasonable price – the business has evolved with this at its core.

Founder Chris Gottfried said: “We are passionate about our products and the industries they serve; our customers are at the heart of our business and by attending various industry shows throughout the year we have an opportunity to get first-hand feedback and input from them. It is this feedback that has helped us to develop a product range that suits numerous industries perfectly and has allowed us to build valuable and lasting relationships with our customers.

“Looking forward a further 10 years, we want to be the best at what we do and continue to work as hard as we can to provide excellent products that meet the changing needs of our customers.”

CEuk products have been distributed by EP Barrus since April 2018 and Phil Noble, sales and technical manager at EP Barrus said: “Our partnership with CEuk has been a great success, the products have a wide-ranging appeal and the Barrus dealer network is the perfect cross-over between the professional and consumer customers that the products are aimed at. I am looking forward to seeing how the company continues to grow and the new products that are introduced in the future.”

The product range:

Stallion Telescopic Handsaw – makes easy work of cutting hard to reach branches

Nokota Saw and Lopper Pruner – probably the smallest and lightest polesaw on the market

Trojan Hand Saw – engineered for the professional, available in five lengths

Noble folding Saw – a multi purpose folding saw that keeps the blade covered until needed

Root Assassin – a 2-in-1 saw and shovel for cutting roots easily and quickly whilst digging

To organise an exclusive interview with Chris Gottfried contact Paskett PR on 01332 258335 or email grahampaskett@paskett.co.uk or sarahbryan@paskett.co.uk.

For more information on CEuk and for stockist information visit www.ceuk-intl.com

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Stallion Success For CEuk At SALTEX

Stallion Success For CEuk At SALTEX: Stallion telescopic polesaws from CEuk were one of the high-profile industry products on display at this year’s IOG Saltex held at the NEC Birmingham.

Displayed to show the varying telescopic lengths of the polesaws they offered a wow factor to the CEuk stand, with Cutting-Edge founder Chris Gottfried able to demonstrate the full CEuk range including Trojan handsaws and Root Assassin shovels.

Stallion Success For CEuk At SALTEX

“We had a huge amount of interest in our pruning tools and shovels and it was great to be able to extend the Stallion polesaws to show the high reach pruning capability they can achieve. The exhibition is renowned for its exposure to outdoor and open space industries and our products are well-suited for many of these: – for example as a useful tool for professionals in estate, grounds and park maintenance, fencing contractors and gardeners to name just a few”.

Chris continued “I’ve always found that Saltex gives visitors the chance to see and experience our products and for us it means that we can show them the features of the product and explain just how best to operate them in different pruning scenarios.”

For many visitors to Saltex, it was also their first opportunity to see the Root Assassin shovel in its 2 size options, the original 48” length shaft and the mini 32” length shaft.

“The Root Assassin shovel is gathering pace with more professional users benefiting from its useful 2-in-1 saw and shovel action for cutting roots and digging tasks. We’ve all come across a scenario where an area of overgrown weeds needs extracting or a fence post hole leads to the unveiling of small spindly roots that flex and bow under leverage. Often deep in the ground and difficult to access, it can be a time consuming and pain staking task repeatedly hitting the roots only for them to splinter” explained Chris.

The ultra-light weight, Mini Root Assassin has been developed for users who work on sloping banks or uneven ground where it is difficult to access the root cleanly standing up. The Mini Root Assassin shovel provides a good cutting action when you are restricted to kneeling or working closer to the ground

The traditional sized Root Assassin shovel has a larger profile head and wider foot placement. The serrated teeth can be sharpened on both shovel options.

“Before the Root Assassin shovel, it would be a case of using a spade with brute strength and a handsaw or axe to break the stubborn roots, yet potentially blunting the tools used. The Root Assassin shovel combines a profiled spade head with serrated teeth on either side allowing soil, roots and debris in the ground to be cut quickly on both the push and pull stroke. Saltex has been a great show for us this year and we look forward to introducing more new customers to the CEuk range” Chris concluded.

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