As part of its 10-year plan to annually renew its fleet, Glendower has taken delivery of a range of turf maintenance equipment from its preferred supplier, Smith Power Equipment. The new fleet will help keep standards high at one of South Africa’s premier golf club.
With a proud history dating back to 1937, Glendower today remains one of the premier golf courses in South Africa. The exquisitely designed parkland golf course has been ranked by Golf Digest among the top 10 courses in South Africa. Despite it being one of the most challenging golf courses, Glendower remains every professional’s dream course to play on.
Randpark Club recently hosted a successful SA Open tournament from January 9-12. Testimony to the playability of the two courses was the very low winning score of -21, as well as Brandon Stone’s compliment to the greenkeeping team for the “best” fairways he has played on in a while. Smith Power-supplied Toro machines played a significant role in keeping the turf in the best condition.
Boasting what is deemed to be two of the best manicured courses in South Africa, as well as a separate mashie course, Randpark is one of the golf clubs in Johannesburg that has three courses. The two 18-hole manicured courses, Bushwillow and Firethorn offer golfers world-class playability.
To unload delivery trucks at its warehouse, Pie City recently purchased a Baoli electric forklift from Smith Power Equipment. The unit is a perfect fit for the food industry due to its electric motor, which produces no fumes.
Pie City stores specialise in the manufacturing and retailing of a variety of pies, pizzas and fruit juices. Electric has become the most preferred power source in the food industry as companies seek for a solution with no fumes to avoid contamination of food items.
The ‘value for money’ nature of the Baoli forklift range has proved to be key in Adlam Engineering’s recent decision to purchase two Baoli KBD35+ 3,5 t diesel units from local supplier, Smith Power Equipment.
When it took the decision to go into the market for its materials handling equipment needs, Adlam Engineering looked no further than Baoli forklifts, a brand that has gained early traction in the South African market since its launch by Smith Power Equipment (SPE) in late 2018.