Hill’s Panel Products (HPP) Ltd is forging exciting partnerships to put itself ahead of the game in the kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom (KBB) industry.
Based in Oldham and known for supplying board, doors, fittings, and accessories, HPP is bringing partners together under one roof to showcase its latest products, initiatives and developments at a full-day event called HPX.
This includes an updated handle range featuring new finishes in line with the latest trends, including a designer range by Deborah Hill. Additionally, HPP is introducing significant additions to its Avanti stock doors.
HPX is set to take place at the Village Hotel in Ashton-under-Lyne on Friday, September 29.
It’s an excellent opportunity for HPP’s existing retail partners and any retailers interested in learning more about the company.
This event marks HPP’s first large-scale exhibition since its successful HPX event back in 2011.
Prominent names in the KBB industry
Some prominent names from the KBB industry are participating this time, including Blum, Kronospan, EGGER, Sensio, Reginox, ArtiCAD, and VIBO.
Attendees will see Blum introducing its much-anticipated Revego pocket door system – a UK debut.
Kronospan is showcasing its newly launched Global collection and an upcoming worktop range whilst EGGER is unveiling a new decorative collection set to launch in 2024, along with displaying its TM9 super-matt product.
Sensio, the lighting specialist, will be showcasing its latest products and technology. Italian wirework supplier IVBO is focusing on its upgraded collection with an anthracite finish and the premium Lamina offering. ArtiCAD will feature HPP’s updated doors and décor catalogue on its software visualisation platform.
This event offers retailers a fantastic opportunity to engage with senior representatives from HPP and the exhibiting companies, as well as network with fellow retailers in attendance.
Furthermore, the day will shed light on HPP’s charity partner, Mahdlo Youth Zone, with representatives explaining the organisation’s essential work within the Oldham community, catering to young people aged 8-19, and up to 25 for those with additional needs or disabilities.