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Session Solar says it has closed its wholesale division in order to shift its full focus to its mounting systems manufacturing division.

The mounting systems division provides Creotecc-branded clampless mounting systems. In a message posted on its website, Session Solar - which has now rebranded itself as Creotecc - explains that it has experienced "continued growth and success" in its Creotecc division.




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