Onno Brenninkmeijer joins CCGrass having previously worked in the synthetic turf industry for Desso, Mondo, and Greenfields, over a 25-year period. Onno is tasked with developing sales within northern and central Europe for CCGrass’ new European office, and will look to develop new sports markets alongside increasing awareness of the CCGrass brand. Onno commented:“It is a […]
CCGrass has appointed Bryn Lee as managing director for their new European operations. Lee is well-informed about the artificial grass industry. Prior to joining CCGrass he held management positions at TigerTurf and Bonar Yarns, amongst many others. SportsTurf.eu spoke to Bryn Lee about the plans and ambitions CCGrass has for Europe.
When the National Stadium in Nicaragua needed to upgrade its artificial grass pitch, CCGrass’s Libra 50 system was chosen. For the client, it was important to achieve the FIFA Quality Pro standard, as this synthetic turf ground hosts the national Nicaraguan team’s matches. Working alongside local company partner “Stadium Source”, the project was completed and the pitch passed with flying colours.
With a full range of products designed, tufted and backed before delivery into the global sports and landscape market, CCGrass is well placed to understand special situations that occasionally arise. In the development of unique additives that are applied within its yarn, CCGrass now has systems that are designed to cope with excessive heat, bacteria and static electricity.
Around the world, over 1000 artificial turf football pitches are disposed of annually, and can’t be fully recycled due to either latex or PU secondary backing coats. This has seen many fields go to landfill sites or simply be stored for later disposal – an unacceptable situation for future sustainability.
CCGrass, the world’s largest producer of synthetic turf is pleased to announce the appointment of Bryn Lee as Chief Executive Officer (‘CEO’) for the new European office, to be opened shortly in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
Nanjing, China– World leading manufacturer of synthetic turf, CCGrass announce they are currently in the process of establishing a European based company, to further serve existing customers and to increase sales into other parts of Europe. Company officials have already signed documentation for the new company, trading under the name of Altime Sports & Leisure GmbH, and expect the company to become official later in November 2017.
CCGrass has contributed to the success of a project at St. Kevin’s College, Australia. Two pitches were installed with CCGrass artificial grass products. The football pitch, which has already passed the FIFA Quality Pro tests, is installed with CCGrass Vmax, and the other one, a hockey synthetic turf pitch which has obtained FIH Global Level Product Certification, is installed […]
Two hundred kilometers north of Melbourne lies the city of Shepparton, where CCGrass synthetic turf has been applied to the two new FIH certified fields at the Shepparton Sports Precinct. The Greater Shepparton City Council is well underway with its $21M investment into the redevelopment of the new sporting hub for the Goulburn Valley Region, and CCGrass, a FIH certified manufacturer, has played an important role in delivering the Shepparton community quality facility. The synthetic hockey pitch of the first project, Shepparton Hockey Center, was completed in May of 2015, at the home of the Goulburn Valley Hockey Association. The total area of this pitch is 7,200m2 and it was installed with the new HF 13 Hybrid synthetic grass system, which offers superior comfort to players and fantastic ball speed, all of which are winners when asking the professionals. The new HF13 Hybrid synthetic surface has been tested and certified to the National requirements of FIH and thus is qualified to hold FIH national level hockey games.
Building on the success of FIH Quality Programme for Hockey Turf, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) has recently launched new standards for hockey turfs, hockey fields and Hockey5s courts.