(written from a Production point of view)
Azrak-Hamway International, Inc. was an American toy company which was founded in New York City in 1964. It was popularly known as a producer and distributor of "dime-store" toys intended to be sold at retail from merchandising racks.
In 1974, the company acquired the bankrupt toy company Remco and began to re-release many of its licensed Star Trek toys under the AHI Toys and Remco Toys brands. Throughout the 1970s, the company also produced a number of new Star Trek products, though many were re-purposed toys and novelties from existing (and unrelated) product lines.