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Ton-Up For Toro!

12.21am 5th March 2014 - Corporate

Toro Centennial Logo#471CB0Toro is celebrating a landmark 100 years’ anniversary in 2014. The first company to launch a motorised mower for use on the golf course – as well as a host of technologically-advanced groundscare mowing products for councils, contractors and landscapers – Toro says that its commitment to innovation has been at the heart of its success, and given it the market leadership it enjoys today.

Toro has built its reputation on innovative products such as the eFlex, the industry’s first lithium ion battery-powered walk greensmowe
Toro has built its reputation on innovative products such as the eFlex, the industry’s first lithium ion battery-powered walk greensmower

Since 1914, Toro says it has built its legacy by understanding the needs of its customers and developing products and services to help them succeed. Added to this, the company attributes greater competitive advantage to its pioneering of the development of strong networks of professional distributor, dealer and retail partners across more than 90 countries to provide local expert, professional customer service.

Here in the UK this is delivered by Lely, a Toro distributor for more than 30 years, and Lely’s national network of local, approved Toro dealers and service centres.

Chairman and chief executive officer of Toro, Michael J. Hoffman, attributes its remarkable longevity to…“the character of our people and channel partners, and their relentless commitment to serving our customers and building market leadership through innovation.”

Toro is inviting users and all those connected with its products to visit www.toro.com/100 to learn more about other Toro industry firsts and contribute their own Toro stories.

They can also share their Toro memories on Twitter at www.twitter.com/thetorocompany using the hashtag #Toro100, and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/toro.company

Toro Golf Industry Milestones

Toro Groundscare Industry Milestones

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