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Hunter and Fito Join Growing Band of EIGCA Industry Partners

12.27am 22nd May 2012 - Management Topics

Two more well known brands have become Industry Partners of the European Institute of Golf Course Architects.

Hunter Industries have been one of the most familiar names in the irrigation industry over the past two decades. They are the world’s leading producer of gear driven sprinklers and have a reputation for innovation. Hunter Industries have become an EIGCA Bronze Industry partner at a time when the company is looking to enhance its focus in the field of golf course irrigation even further.

Also joining EIGCA as a bronze Industry Partner is the Spanish multinational Semillas Fitó. Semillas Fitó is one of the leading seed suppliers in the Mediterranean region, with a long history in agricultural produce. The company puts considerable investment into their own research and development programmes to improve seed varieties for different terrains and climates.

Announcing the new Industry Partners, EIGCA Executive Officer Julia Green, said; “We are pleased to welcome two more important companies to our growing band of Industry Partners. Our Industry Partners are hugely important elements of the EIGCA family and this commitment from Hunter Industries and Semillas Fitó will continue to strengthen our relationships with industry leaders throughout Europe. I am sure that both companies will profit from the ability to promote their services and products directly to golf course architects through our various EIGCA functions and official communications. We look forward to a long association with both.”

Hunter Industries www.hunterindustries.com

Semillas Fitó www.semillasfito.com

EIGCA www.eigca.org

       

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