Zenith E from Ariens

GGM Groundscare say they are delighted to announce the addition of the industry's first removable lithium-ion battery powered zero-turn mower (ZTR) from Ariens to its range.

The dealership says they believe the new Zenith E offers groundscare professionals a new way to lower costs and increase profitability. Available with either a 60” side-discharge or rear-discharge mower deck, the new model is the first Ariens machine to feature FusionCore lithium-ion battery technology. 

GGM say the addition of the battery powered mower demonstrates further that they are continuing to deliver on their promise to become an eco-friendly organisation and its determination to offer its commercial customers environmentally sustainable mowing solutions. GGM has been selected as one of only a handful of dealers to supply the Ariens Zenith E and have invested in service training and diagnostic test equipment to enhance customer support.

The organisation, which covers the North West and Yorkshire and has depots in Colne and Haydock, already boasts an impressive record for environmental awareness. Over the lockdown period the business has taken stock and investigated ways to enhance this. This includes undertaking several new measures including investing in renewable energy, reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions and helping improve air quality locally and is continuing to expand its fleet of electric vehicles.

Managing director Chris Gibson said, “Following a successful demonstration to our sales team we are really excited to bring the new, battery operated mower into our range. Not only is it environmentally friendly and in keeping with our business values, but it also offers the excellent performance that is synonymous with all our commercial products. It provides our customers with another environmentally friendly Groundscare solution; low noise and emission free mowing while still retaining its high efficiency. We’re confident this will prove hugely popular with our customers across the North West and Yorkshire”.

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