Monday, June 24, 2024

Tree experts expand in UK with acquisition of East Mids firm

Bartlett Tree Experts, the scientific tree and shrub care firm, has expanded in the East
Midlands with the acquisition of Canopy Tree Services.

With the acquisition, Bartlett has opened a new East Midlands office, located in Draycott, Derbyshire.

Canopy Tree Services was founded by Ben Edmonds and Steve Barker in 2004 to provide tree surgery services in the Derby, Nottingham, and Leicester areas.

The owners were looking for ways to offer a wider range of services and expertise for managing tree health. They found the right fit in Bartlett Tree Experts, and were impressed with Bartlett’s approach to safety, quality work, and customer service.

Edmonds, who has joined Bartlett’s new East Midlands office along with a team of six arborists, said: “Bartlett Tree Experts is a multi-generational, family business that has been a leader in the industry for 117 years and is known for its scientific approach to tree care.
Their commitment to customer satisfaction aligns perfectly with our own values.”

Jim Ingram, President and Chief Operating Officer of Bartlett Tree Experts, said: “We are excited to welcome the talented team from Canopy Tree Services to our new East Midlands office. This acquisition allows us to expand our full range of scientific tree care services while continuing to honor our commitment to exceptional safety, science, technology, and business.”

Richard Trippett, Vice President of Bartlett’s operations in the UK, said: “Our acquisition of Canopy Tree Services will expand Bartlett’s scientific plant health care services for more residential and commercial property owners within the East Midlands, which will go a long way toward improving the health and beauty of their trees and landscapes.”

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