Since 1984 Tracmaster has been successfully supplying lawncare, groundcare, and conservation machinery to a wide variety of customers across the United Kingdom.
Over the years the Tracmaster has focused on developing two brands of machinery, CAMON and BCS, that have become widely known and respected for their performance and durability.
As a brand, CAMON is synonymous within the UK Hire Industry for garden machinery that is built to survive the rigours of continuous use without compromising performance. CAMON machines have become firm favourites for rental companies who know they can depend upon their reliability, performance, and ease of use each time they go out on hire.
As the CAMON range has expanded we have had the opportunity to build relationships with our end user customers too, including lawn care specialists and landscape gardeners. This has enabled us to design our machines to meet their needs and as a result the CAMON Lawncare range is now widely used and highly respected within this industry, thanks to features such as enhanced anti-vibration and swappable scarifier cartridges, amongst other things.
Italian manufacturer, BCS S.p.A., has been supplying Tracmaster since its launch and the partnership has proved to be extremely successful. The ranges of machinery, including Two Wheel Tractors, Rotavators, Power Scythes, Snow Clearing Equipment and the Commander Professional Mower are widely utilised by conservation groups, allotment societies, local governments, landscape contractors and many large estates.
In 2011 Tracmaster moved into new premises which provided increased office space, a trade counter facility, and larger workshop and spare parts facilities.
In 2018 Tracmaster launched their new range of two wheel tractor implements and accessories under the ARTIO Machinery brand name. This range comprises a number of implements suitable for most makes of two wheel tractor.
In 2020 Tracmaster moved again to even larger premises which provides more space for the increasing fabrication, welding, assembly, and technical departments. The new location also offers increased storage space for holding stock.
Currently, Tracmaster manufactures a number of machines and implements at their West Sussex headquarters. These are: