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Altoz Switch compact tracked tool carrier selected by Landscape Business Twenty for 2022 New Product Awards

The awards recognize products designed for the commercial landscape and irrigation markets and are judged by the EPG Brand Acceleration staff. Judges take into account innovation, marketability and application within the market as criteria for the awards.

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Altoz Switch tracked compact tool carrier winns the Twenty for 2022 New Product award from Landscape Business.
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GREENBUSH, Minn. — High-performance outdoor power equipment manufacturer Altoz announced its Switch compact tracked tool carrier was selected by Landscape Business for its Twenty for 2022 New Product Awards.

The awards recognize products designed for the commercial landscape and irrigation markets and are judged by the EPG Brand Acceleration staff. Judges take into account innovation, marketability and application within the market as criteria for the awards.

The Altoz Switch compact tool carrier provides the benefits of tracks along with powering multiple attachments for multi-season use with attachment options. It is designed to accomplish a variety of tasks and can traverse terrain in tough conditions.

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