Hardware Technologies now HOPPE North America

Hardware Technologies Ltd. (HTL) changed its name to HOPPE North America, Inc. The change reflects the effort to establish the HOPPE brand name in Europe and HTL's efforts to present the HOPPE name in the North American fenestration industry.

HOPPE, a European handle and trim manufacturer, has been HTL's parent company for over 10 years. HTL will incorporate the HOPPE logo on all business material and advertisements. As HOPPE North America, Inc., HTL will continue to use the HTL name and logo as a trade name and branding symbol for many of their products.

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Date: 1 February 2002
Source: Fenestration Magazine

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