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Pitchmark is a family run business established in 2010 with the ambition to raise the standard of line marking and to improve the quality of working life for ground staff. The founder, Mark Rodman, has over 30 years’ experience in the horticultural and amenity sector, both as an engineer and a groundsman.
Pitchmark manufactures and supplies line marking paint and machines through a distributor network, worldwide. The Pitchmark brand is becoming increasingly popular with a wide range of users, from local sports clubs to the biggest stadiums in the football clubs in the world. Pitchmark products have also been supplied and used in UEFA™ competitions such as the UEFA Super Cup 2015™ in Georgia.
Since becoming established in 2010, Pitchmark products are now sold in over 20 countries across 3 continents. The feather in their cap is supplying line marking paints and machines to all 12 stadia and 32 training camps at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014™. Based on the success of the product, in May 2016 Pitchmark were chosen to supply their products for the UEFA European Championships 2016 in France, where four of the five ‘home nations’ showcased their talents alongside Europe’s elite.
Pitchmark and Cubik Innovation relationship dates back to the end of 2013 when Pitchmark were looking for a company to manufacture batches of their Interconnection units, shown above inside Eco Club v2 – Spray Line Marker. Using Cubik’s in house production department batches of 100-off Pitchmark Interconnection Units have been produced on an ongoing basis, with over 800-off units being shipped to date.
The interconnection unit sits within the heart of Pitchmarks’ Line Marking machines, the unit acts as the connection point for the various components of the system, including the; battery, pump, charger and trigger. The interconnection unit also houses the protection fuses for the system ensuring that the machines are safe to use. The units will isolate the power to the system should something unexpected happen for example over charging the battery, or the pump becoming faulty and therefore demanding to much current from the system.
Cubik work closely with Pitchmark to ensure we meet and exceed their expectations and provide support for existing and new products when needed.
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