Leading synthetic turf system by ACT Global Sports is now found in 50 countries
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: AUSTIN, TEXAS USA
ACT Global Sports, a leader in artificial turf technology, proudly announces their sales and installations have reached 50 countries. This milestone reflects the growth of the company and the increased popularity of synthetic turf throughout the world.
More and more sports fields have made the transition from natural grass to synthetic turf. The benefits of extended playability, low maintenance and water conservation are just a few of the factors influencing this progression. As a result, synthetic turf is often used in a wide range of applications such
as soccer, football, baseball, rugby, golf, field hockey, residential lawns and a variety of recreational and landscaping areas. Leading sports organizations such as FIFA and its Quality Concept for Football Turf also help to influence the growth and the development of the synthetic turf industry.
“We are very excited to have sold our Xtreme Turf and ACTurf systems in 50 countries. Apart from our corporate success, we are more pleased to have built a reputation for doing business in these countries with the highest ethics and in a socially-conscious manner,” expressed Director Chris Clapham. ACT Global promotes greater corporate and environmental responsibility through its support of various international charities and environmental groups. Its sales are conducted from company offices in the United States, The Netherlands, Poland, Cyprus, Thailand and China and through a global network of distribution partners. ACT Global Sports manufacturers its products on three continents and performs rigorous quality, performance and environmental testing.
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