In this series of articles, we will be sharing exclusive coverage from all aspects of the ARB Show 2023. 

ELLA Pitman from Silky Fox said it had been a “brilliant” show for the pruning saw supplier, which had been able to show some new products on the stand.

“It’s been so nice to see everyone back, especially with it being the first one since COVID,” she said. “Everyone’s been really happy, the weather’s been great and it’s gone really smoothly.

“We have been showing off our new Outback range, which came into the UK really recently.

Forestry Journal:

"Our Outback Nata came in the day before we arrived at the show so we have been keen for people to see it. They have lovely composite wood handles and black blades, plus they will cut through bone and wood, so if you’re an arborist with an interest in bushcraft or foraging, this will do the job.

"The Pocketboys have been proving really popular and today we sold our first Outback Nata in the UK, so that was really positive.”

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