The Finn MTS (Material Transfer System) is designed to carry and discharge heavy aggregate, soil mixes, mulch/compost, wood chips/debris, cordwood, nursery stock and palletized loads. The Finn MTS is also equipped with a powerful Multi Purpose Vacuum for leaf and debris pick up. The triple discharge capability allows for materials to be loaded into wheelbarrows from curbside or roadside with no messes or stockpiles or up to 15 cubic yards of materials can be discharged out the rear of the machine in less than a minute! Here are some markets this new equipment fits into:
- Landscaping Construction & Maintenance
- Nursery & Garden Center
- Wholesale & Retail Landscape Materials Facilities
- General Construction
- Colleges, Universities & School districts
Hydrograsscorp.com will be traveling throughout New England for the next few months demonstrating this exciting equipment and would be glad to stop by your facility or jobsite. For more information and/or a free demonstration call us anytime toll free @ 1-800-451-8838 or 207 487-2733.
The Sales Team
Tom Gordon In House Sales
Tom has over 50 years of experience in the erosion control field. Having owned an erosion control contracting firm he is well aware of the methods of success and the pitfalls awaiting today's landscaping firms.
Russ Collier In-House Sales/President
Russ has almost 40 years of experience in the hydroseeding, landscaping and erosion control field. Prior to assuming his current role with hydrograsscorp.com he worked for and subsequently managed a large and well respected hydroseeding business for over 30 years.
Chris Bacon Sales/Service Manager, New England and NY
Chris joined the Hydrograss team in 1999. Chris has almost 20 years of experience in the landscape industry. Currently, Chris is the Hydrograss Service and Sales Manager for New England and is also the owner of CB & Sons Equipment Company- a small rental company based in NH.
TJ Galligan Mobile Service Tech./Sales Associate
Prior to joining Hydrograss Corp. TJ spent seven years involved in the marine industry. Before moving to NH four years ago, TJ worked as a service technician at a marina on Cape Cod in addition to driving tractor trailers along the eastern seaboard.