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Suttons buyer joins The Tildenet Group

Published: 5 January 2018 - Fiona Garcia
James Hollingworth has joined The Tildenet Group to work across its brands
James Hollingworth has joined The Tildenet Group to work across its brands

James Hollingworth has joined garden structure manufacturer The Tildenet Group as product development manager working across all of the company’s brands.

With over 12 years’ experience in the garden sector, Mr Hollingworth has made the move from his previous role as buyer at Suttons to work on a number of new projects at Tildenet.

He said of the new role: “Product has always been a passion of mine and I am excited to join the growing Tildenet team in this innovative role and have the opportunity to be involved with the development of products across such an extensive range.”

Tildenet managing director Andrew Downey added: “We've had another fantastic year at Tildenet and are delighted to have James on board to help maintain the high standards we expect of our products and develop the many exciting plans we have for 2018.”

Tildenet operates across the gardening, horticulture, sporting and industrial sectors, manufacturing products from its base in Bristol. In 2015 Haxnicks joined the group, with Tildenet taking over the manufacture of its bell cloches and rootrainers.

Source: Tildenet Group

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