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Smart Solar appoints new designer for Haxnicks

Published: 29 November 2012
Following its acquisition of Haxnicks' 'love to grow' distribution rights, Smart Solar has appointed Nick Satchell to join the product design and development team.
Smart Solar appoints new designer for Haxnicks
With specific responsibility for designing the Haxnicks packaging and merchandising units, Mr Satchell will be working alongside Smart Solar's product development manager Chartlotte Styles to develop the Haxnicks branding.

Ms Styles said: "We are excited about the opportunities that the Haxnicks product range brings and Nick will add depth to our growing design team as he works on the Haxnicks packaging."

Smart Solar is selling the Haxnicks range of products alongside their well established range of solar garden products across the UK, France and Germany.

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