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Haxnicks sales manager moves to Smart Solar

Published: 11 October 2012
Smart Solar has announced the appointment of former Haxnicks sales director Malcolm Andrews, just weeks after the news Smart Solar will be distributing Haxnicks products across the UK, France and Germany.
Haxnicks sales manager moves to Smart Solar
Mr Andrews had been with Haxnicks for 11 years and has a wealth of knowledge about its product range and the Grow Your Own market, which he looks forward to bringing to Smart Solar.

Smart Solar's managing director Jonathan Stobart said: "We are delighted that Malcolm is joining our team with responsibility for the Haxnicks range, bringing continuity as we integrate the two brands. He will be working with our agents and sales team to help them promote the Haxnicks brand to both the Smart Solar and the Haxnicks customer bases."

Mr Andrews added: "Smart Solar is able to give the Haxnicks brand the backing and financial stability that it deserves with its established sales, marketing and distribution expertise. I am looking forward to helping to grow sales of Haxnicks 'love to grow' products alongside Smart Solar's well established solar range."

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