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Product News Archive November 2012

Stanley storage bags have tradesmen in mind 29 November 2012
Stanley Tools has introduced an innovative line of storage bags to its range of products designed with the trade professional in mind.

Feed the birds, says ChapelWood 29 November 2012
As the cold weather draws in, ChapelWood is reminding everyone of the importance of feeding wild birds with tasty and nutritious food to keep them going through the winter.

Haxnicks protects plants year-round 29 November 2012
Haxnicks has launched a new range of Easy Lantern Cloches to protect plants whatever the weather.

Exclusive paint offer from Crown Decorating Centres 9 November 2012
Crown is offering almost 50% off on its Crown Trade Matt Vinyl Emulsion in white thanks to an exclusive deal from Crown Decorating Centres, which will also see customers get an extra litre absolutely free.

Yeoman launches 2013 garden shed accessories 1 November 2012
Yeoman is making it easy to keep sheds tidy and stocked with the latest accessories with the launch of its 2013 garden shed accessories range.

Weatherproof POS from Kelkay 1 November 2012
Kelkay is taking its POS to the next stage in 2013, ensuring clarity of message and durability of displays for retailers. Working closely with retailers, Kelkay is continuing to improve and develop its designs.

Stanley brings next generation innovation to FatMax range 1 November 2012
The next generation of Stanley knives is being introduced to the popular FatMax range with the launch of the FatMax Fixed Blade Folding Knife and the innovative new FatMax Twin Blade Folding Knife.

Introducing Dragons-endorsed Clever Closet 1 November 2012
Fresh from its triumph on Dragons' Den in Ireland, Smart Storage is launching Clever Closet, a simple understairs storage solution, in the UK.

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