Q+A with IDC Local Partner, Sugatsune.
IDC: Tell us about the company and its origins.
Sugatsune: Sugatsune was established in 1930 in Tokyo, Japan, with a mission to create convenience and satisfaction for people. Sugatsune has a variety of over 6,000 architectural hardware solutions available, such as lateral and sliding door opening systems, hooks, handles, catches and latches, and lid supports. In September 2016, Sugatsune Canada, Inc. officially established its headquarters in Montreal, Quebec to contribute to the Canadian market for superior quality hardware. They are happy to provide innovative solutions to architects and interior designers to meet their design challenges. Sugatsune offers a great customer service and fast delivery through a distribution network across major cities throughout Canada.
IDC: What new product can IDC members expect to see from Sugatsune?
S: With 550 employees worldwide and 150 employees dedicated to Research and Development at Sugatsune, IDC members can expect innovative solutions where quality matters the most.
Sugatsune would like to highlight the FD80 series pocket door hardware system with two-way soft closing, which allows for adjustments post-installation, an innovation which sets it apart from standard sliding doors. Never having to break down a wall again, this sliding door hardware provides a relief to installers. With 200,000 private cycle testing, it is sure to last.
Renowned for its 3-way adjustable concealed hinges in the HES3D series, Sugatsune is proud to welcome the HES3D-W190 series which was designed out of a demand for clearance of cladded doors or wall molding. The aesthetics of these hinges are unmatched, with a uniform finish throughout the whole hinge, including cover caps with squared off design which hide all screw heads, and superior quality compared to traditional hinges.
IDC: How can IDC members engage or communicate with you?
S: Follow Sugatsune on social media:
Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/sugatsunecanada/
Sugatsune Canada, Inc.
3775 Boulevard du Tricentenaire