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Rhino Products acquires Hubb Systems

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14 April 2022

Redditch-based commercial vehicle accessories manufacturer Hubb Systems has been acquired by The Rhino Products Group.

Rhino Products said the acquisition would help it diversify its product range. Rhino Products said it would start incorporating some Hubb Systems products into its catalogue.

New production lines for these products will be set up at its Deeside factory, that also houses its sister company, AVS Steps.

These new lines will accommodate newly acquired machinery and equipment, with new staff being welcomed to the group to accommodate additional workflow, said Rhino Group.

Steve Egerton, Rhino Products Group CEO, said: "We are delighted to announce the successful acquisition of Hubb Systems. The Rhino Products journey has always been centred around growth and pushing forward, with our dedicated teams ensuring that any challenge is hit head on with strong drive and determination.

The acquisition of Hubb Systems ensures that we can offer our industry leading products to an even larger share of the market, while also continuing to diversify our product range. As we continue working towards our ambitious growth plans, I have no doubt that this year will prove to be another extremely exciting and successful one for the Rhino Products group, and I look forward to working with our fantastic internal teams to make 2022 a year to remember.”


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