" I am finally taking the time to send a sincere thank you to your organization. I have to admit I was more than a bit skeptical about bringing in "professionals" to train my employees, especially the ones with years of experience. As it turns out they were the ones that got the most out of the training. Your approach is great and you keep it all interesting. We are using what we learned every day and whenever I help one of the crews that does not yet have a lowering device or a pulley or even a sling, I wonder how we ever managed to make a dollar in the past."

Bill Jacobsen
Jacobsen's Tree Service

Alliance Partners

Husqvarna    Buckingham    Samson    Vermeer    Silky    Oregon

In the field with you, helping you to achieve your best!


The Husqvarna Group is the world's largest producer of outdoor power products including chainsaws, trimmers, lawn mowers and garden tractors. It is the European leader in consumer irrigation equipment under the Gardena brand. The Group is also one of the world leaders in cutting equipment and diamond tools for the construction and stone industries. Net sales in 2009 were SEK 34 billion and the average number of employees was 15,000. For more information, visit www.husqvarna.com,  Husqvarna USA on Facebook, Instragram, Twitter.com/husqvarnausa or on YouTube. 

The Buckingham reputation for quality began in 1896 when Buckingham founder Wilmont Stevens hand-crafted the first climber in his blacksmith shop.  For over a century linemen, arborists and construction workers have relied on Buckingham’s experienced craftsmen, stringent quality control system and exhaustive testing program for reliability and safety.  Contact Buckingham Manufacturing at 607-773-2400 or visit their website at www.buckinghammfg.com or on YouTube.
Samson - The Strongest Name in Rope.  Whether you’re climbing or rigging, the arborist’s worksite is a tough place for rope.  Samson’s superior products have a proven performance history providing the safety and durability professional arborists rely on day in and day out.  We’ve built an organization offering unprecedented levels of engineering support, technical expertise, customer service and aftermarket support to global customers; it’s what we call the Samson Advantage.  Visit Samson’s website at www.samsonrope.com or on Instagram and YouTube.
For over 50 years, Vermeer environmental solutions have helped tree care contractors, grinding experts, and landscaping professionals on jobsites around the world. With a reputation for rugged, innovative equipment, Vermeer offers a full line of brush chippers, stump cutters, tub grinders, and horizontal grinders, as well as compost turners and tree spades.

Vermeer products and solutions are backed by a worldwide independent dealership network providing sales, service, and certified parts. Contact Vermeer at 1-888-VERMEER (888-837-6337) or visit Vermeer’s website at www.vermeer.com, on Facebook, Instagram or on YouTube.
Silky saws are manufactured in Ono Japan, home of the finest cutlery steel known to man. Crafting fine wood cutting saws since the early 1900's, Silky continues to raise the bar for quality, endurance and cutting efficiency that none can match. Leading the industry in both design and innovation, saw users are changing their language in all parts of the world from merely asking for a saw, to asking for a Silky.

For the very latest in unsurpassed wood cutting performance, visit www.silkysaws.com for a listing of dealers near you or on the Silky Saw Facebook page and Instagram. 

Silky saws are distributed in the USA and Central America by Sherrill, Inc.
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OREGON - a world leader in manufacturing chain saw chain, guide bars, chain drive sprockets, and sharpening tools and other accessories - offers its diverse selection of products worldwide.  In fact, many original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) use OREGON products on the outdoor power equipment they manufacture for the arborist market.

OREGON brand products are available through a diverse network of dealers and mass merchandisers.  Learn more - visit www.oregonchain.com, and on Facebook.