Greenworks partners with Morristown, Tennessee, for equipment testing


Greenworks has agreed to provide Morristown, Tennessee, with various commercial mowers and other landscaping equipment at no cost as part of a testing program. Earlier this year, Greenworks expanded its global footprint by opening the doors to a 180,000-square-foot Commercial Center of Excellence for Manufacturing and Engineering in Morristown, its first in North America.


According to notes from the Morristown City Council:

  • As part of the testing program, the city will report back data about the use of the equipment, and allow Greenworks to periodically observe or document the equipment in use for marketing purposes.
  • Initially, the provided equipment will include: one zero-turn mower; one 26-inch self-propelled push mower; various weed eaters and trimmers; handheld blowers; backpack blowers; hedge trimmers; and a pole saw trimmer. The equipment list may change over time.
  • Equipment will be put to use by both the city’s Public Works and Parks & Recreation departments.
  • There is no cost to the city for procurement or for ongoing maintenance. The program will also enable the city to defer the replacement of certain equipment during the life of the arrangement with Greenworks.

The Morristown facility is also home to the company’s North American Center for Advanced Vehicle Engineering within the Greenworks corporate group. The U.S. engineering team collaborates with Greenworks’ main R&D campus in Changzhou, China, and its Autonomous and Robotics R&D Center in Jönköping, Sweden.

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