Lister Wilder To Supply Full Range Of Stella Products

PSD Groundscare are delighted to welcome on board Lister Wilder as a new PSD dealer for the full range of Stella products.

Lister Wilder is a family business that’s home to some of the UK’s finest machinery franchises and is renowned for its outstanding knowledge in sales, parts and service.  From their branches across the South of England they support customers working within the Agricultural, Groundcare, Construction and Arboriculture sectors.


Lister Wilder To Supply Full Range Of Stella Products

Lister Wilder To Supply Full Range Of Stella Products


They will be supplying and promoting the range of Stella mowers including the Racoon Ride-On Flail Mowers and the URS Remote-Control Tracked Mowers.

Stella Engineering GmbH have been developing and selling machines and equipment for professional green and garden maintenance for over 20 years. They offer the right machine for almost all areas of outdoor work and specialise in mowers for long grass mowing, mowing steep slopes or unknown areas.

Their comprehensive range of quality machines offers solutions for customers including local authorities, groundskeeping, contractors and private users to help create the perfect landscape.

Key product benefits include:

The Stella URS 100 Remote Controlled Mower – The URS 100 can work on extreme slopes up to 55°, cutting grass, scrub, dense vegetation, and even small trees. Able to mow in both forwards and reverse directions, the URS reduces the time needed to mow an area by eliminating the need to turn the machine around. This functionality also reduces ground disturbance and increases safety.

With a Honda twin cylinder engine supplying the power to the blade and to the hydraulically driven tracks, the URS 100 combines a sleek design, industry leading performance, and operator comfort and safety.

The Stella Racoon Flail Mower range – With a track record extending over 20 years, the Stella Racoon is a high-performance ride-on flail mower.

With cutting deck options from 85 to 110 cm, a choice of Y-flails or hammer flails, and engine options up to and including a 26HP twin cylinder Briggs & Stratton Vanguard, there is a Racoon model to suit both a residential and a commercial user.

The Racoon Municipal model comes with additional equipment such as comfort seat with armrests, LED worklights, and LED beacon as standard.

PSD Groundscare have a long-standing track record of expertise in long grass and difficult terrain solutions and the Stella range of mowers are perfectly set up for working in UK conditions.

Phill Hughes, Sales Director at Lister Wilder said:

“We are delighted to be working with PSD and promoting the range of Stella Ride-On and Remote-control mowers. We believe that both our professional and private customers will recognise the engineering quality that’s built into the machines, and the products have a position within our portfolio that we were previously missing. We’re really looking forward to showing customers new and old the benefits and quality that the Stella range offers, and have invested in a fleet of demonstration machinery to do so. “

PSD Groundscare is the exclusive UK distributor of niche specialist landscaping equipment, with an extensive range of products from market-leading names and innovative manufacturers.

PSD Sales Director Stuart Mercer said:

“We have worked with Lister Wilder for many years and it’s great they have joined the growing dealer network offering the Stella range of mowers. The quality of cut is first class and customers are always amazed at the results the machines produce. When we showed the Lister Wilder team the machines in action they were blown away and were excited to be able to offer it to their customers.”


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