Decorative and functional hardware group returns to its West Michigan roots.
Belwith Products, LLC, formed by management personnel from Hickory Hardware, has completed its transaction to purchase decorative, prime door and security product assets of Hickory Hardware from Melrose plc (MRO.L). Belwith Products is based in the former headquarters of Belwith International in Grandville, Michigan.
Belwith Products will design and market Hickory Hardware™ brand cabinet, door, security and builder's hardware, as well as legacy brands Belwith™, Belwith-Keeler™, First Watch™, Period Brass™, Designer Collection, and Keeler Brass™, to retail, distribution, showroom, co-op and OEM channels in the United States and Canada.
"Our customers are very supportive of this change in ownership," said Andy Fedor, partner and president, Belwith Products. "This move is a return to our roots in Michigan, where we forged our reputation for a high level of service and for supply chain efficiency. We are committed to continuing our design leadership in the industry while providing the best quality products and programs to our customers in an on-time and complete manner."
For sales, design or marketing information in the United States, contact Belwith Products at (877) 556-2918, or by e-mail at customerservice@HickoryHardware.com.
About Belwith Products LLC: Belwith Products, LLC designs and markets Hickory Hardware brand decorative and functional hardware to the retail, distribution, showroom, co-op and OEM channels. By combining the legacies of Belwith, Belwith-Keeler, First Watch, Period Brass, Designer Collection, and Keeler Brass with the Hickory Hardware brand, we offer some of the most comprehensive decorative and functional hardware programs in the industry. For more information, please visit www.HickoryHardware.com.
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