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Trouser brand Hiltl announces distribution deal with Jack Victor Limited

Translated by
Barbara Santamaria
Published
Sep 5, 2017

German trouser brand Hiltl and Canadian garment manufacturer Jack Victor Limited have announced a new partnership for the North American market. Starting immediately, Jack Victor Limited will take over the distribution of Hiltl in Canada, and will assume responsibility for the US market for the Fall Winter 2018 collection. 


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The companies said former Hiltl US sales agent Jeffrey Roberts has been appointed as brand manager and will head Jack Victor’s new US Hiltl division.

“We feel fortunate to have found the perfect distribution partner for North America,” said Hiltl CEO Andreas Wolfer on the deal. “With our previous Sales Agent Jeffrey Roberts now in place as the US HILTL Brand Manager, we will ensure that our customers experience a seamless transition and continued excellence in customer service. This new association is the foundation for HILTL’s further growth in our important international market.”

The premium trouser brand highlighted North America as a key export market and said this step is an important part of its growth strategy. The partnership with Jack Victor Limited, a Montreal-based maker of men’s premium suits and sports coats, will allow Hiltl to make quicker adjustments to its product portfolio and improve its inventory management.

“We are thrilled to be moving forward with this strategic partnership with Hiltl,” said Alan Victor, CEO at Jack Victor Limited. “Combining Jack Victor’s North American capabilities and market experience with HILTL’s world class trouser collections will deliver great products, service and innovation to US and Canadian men’s retailers.”

The Fritz Hiltl Hosenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG was founded in 1955 in Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Germany. The company produces more than half a million pairs of trousers a year, which are available in over 40 countries. 

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