Users' questions

Who is the manufacturer of Hotpoint?

Who is the manufacturer of Hotpoint?

Hotpoint is a brand of domestic appliances. Ownership of the brand is split between American company Whirlpool, which has the rights in Europe, and Chinese company Haier, which has the rights in the Americas through its purchase of GE Appliances in 2016.

How do I contact Hotpoint customer service?

Call us. 03448 225 225 Call Centre opening hours: Mon – Fri: 8am – 6pm.

Do they still make Hotpoint stoves?

Hotpoint appliances are a great option if you are looking for basic, dependable, low-cost products. As of 2019, the American rights to sell Hotpoint appliances are owned by GE Appliances, a division of Chinese manufacturer Haier.

What is the parent company of Hotpoint?

HotPoint is owned by General Electric. GE manufactures the appliance line.

Who was the founder of the Hotpoint heating company?

Richardson founded his own settlement, Adelanto, California, in 1915. In 1918, the company, known as the Hotpoint Electric Heating Company from 1912, merged with the Heating Device Section of General Electric, becoming the Edison Electric Appliance Company, and later, just a division of GE in 1927, when it bought the factory and entire company.

When did Hotpoint become part of General Electric?

In 1918, the company, known as the Hotpoint Electric Heating Company from 1912, merged with the Heating Device Section of General Electric, becoming the Edison Electric Appliance Company, and later, just a division of GE in 1927, when it bought the factory and entire company. It became known as the Edison General Electric Company in 1931.

Where was the headquarters of Hotpoint in Peterborough?

The company, including sister brands Creda and Indesit, at one time produced the largest amount of kitchen appliances in the United Kingdom. The headquarters was in Woodston, Peterborough with about 1,500 people based there making refrigerators and freezers. The refrigerators plant closed in 2008.

Why is the Hotpoint brand still going strong?

What began more than 100 years ago is still going strong today. A brand born of two hard-working, determined inventors who pioneered the creation of household appliances that we use every day. Their persistence helped trigger the multi-billion dollar electric appliance industry that we know today.