Aquatrols and Redox Turf have announced a global exclusive strategic agreement which makes Aquatrols the sole distributor of Redox’s brand of turf products. This will expand the Aquatrols offering beyond the wetting agent space.
Aquatrols and Redox Turf are bringing together two strong turf brands to enhance the resources focused on the Turf Rx line of products. While Aquatrols will become the exclusive distributor, the products that superintendents have come to trust will remain the same.
“Soil moisture management and soil nutrition are intrinsically linked, so joining forces with the most trusted brands in the wetting agent space is a move that seemed natural for our business,” Redox CEO Darin Moon said. “We are eager to be able to offer turf customers easy access to our products through Aquatrols who will provide global support through their 19-person sales and technical team.”
Currently in his third year as Aquatrols President and CEO, Matthew Foster, said the agreement will help the company expand its presence in the global golf market.
“This agreement gives us the ability to offer turf managers the nutritional components of a maintenance program from a trusted brand within the industry, in conjunction with our current water management products,” Foster said. “By bringing our areas of expertise together, we will be able to better serve our customers in a way that is more holistic for their course.”
In addition to gaining access to the product line, Aquatrols welcomes Daniel McCann and Barry Bennett, previously with Redox Turf, to the Aquatrols sales team.
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