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Underhill Intl. expands East Coast distribution network

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The company has added two new master stocking distributors.

| August 19, 2011

Underhill International has expanded its East Coast presence with two new master stocking distributors, announced Ed Underhill, president of the irrigation equipment manufacturer.

Bisco, based in Dedham, Mass., and Turf Equipment & Supply Company, headquartered in Jessup, Md., will both inventory Underhill’s growing line of irrigation products for residential/commercial installations.

Bisco has branches in E. Hartford, Conn., Dennis/Cape Cod, Mass. and Portsmouth, N.H.

Turf Equipment & Supply Company, which covers portions of six states in the mid-Atlantic region, has locations in: Frankford, Del., Frederick, Md., Kennett Square, Pa., and Fairfax, Va.

Both companies have been in business for more than 25 years. 

“Underhill’s new East Coast affiliation with two very well-known distributors gives us an opportunity to expand in major regional markets,” said Underhill.

“Our popular golf product line, along with Mirage long-throw sports field sprinklers and 2Wire control systems, have really taken off in these areas. With Bisco and Turf Equipment & Supply Company, we can now better provide service and support to contractors from New England through the mid-Atlantic region,” he said.

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