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Looking for toys and children’s products manufacturers in Mainland China? In this article, we list some of China’s leading suppliers for the following toy categories:
In addition, you’ll also learn what every importer must know about toy safety standards, quality inspections, private label toys, MOQ requirements, and the best supplier directories for sourcing additional toy manufacturers.
Founded in 2009, Woodfield Toys Limited is a well-known manufacturer of soft and activity toys that export their products to global clients like Target, Wal Mart, Disney, Toys Rus, and Tommy. Their head office and the 5000 sqm factory is based in Dongguan, Guangdong, Mainland China.
The product range from Woodfield Toys is not only limited to soft toys but include several other products like:
They also offer OEM services to their clients with a promise to develop customized products according to clients’ specifications in just three days.
Woodfield Toys exports 100% of its products to North America and Europe. They currently employ around 400 people with a monthly capacity of 150,000 pieces. On average, they offer 20 new product designs every month.
Address: No. 13 Shangkeng Industrial, District, Changping Town, Dongguan, Guangdong, China (523560) Continue reading List of Toy Manufacturers in China: Plush, Wood, RC, Plastic & More
While Taiwan may not be the toy exporting powerhouse it once was, the island is still home to numerous qualified toy exporters. In this guide, we list Taiwan-based toy manufacturers producing everything from electric dolls to science kits. Each company profile also includes main products, certification, and manufacturing capabilities.
Continue reading List of Toys Manufacturers in Taiwan: Our Top 8 Picks
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Largely concentrated in Guangdong province, and Shantou city in particular, China’s toy industry is the worlds largest. Startups and Multinationals alike, are importing toys directly from Chinese manufacturers. In this Product Guide, we explain what importers must know about Toy Safety Regulations, Labelling Requirements and Testing Requirements. In addition, we also explain why compliance with overseas standards and directives cannot be taken for granted, when sourcing manufacturers in China, and other Asian countries.
For obvious reasons, specific safety standards and substance restrictions apply to toys, and other children’s products, in most developed markets. The scope of products fitting inside the definition of a toy, or a children’s product, is wide. That said, most applicable directives and standards can be grouped in at least one of the following categories: Continue reading Importing Toys & Children’s Products from China – A Complete Guide
In this week’s product guide, we share our expertise on children’s and baby clothing manufacturing in China. What may not come as a surprise, especially not for our regular readers, is that the emphasis in this guide lies on product compliance: including substance regulations, labelling requirements and physical properties. In addition, we also explain what you must know about product testing – and why importers in this field are wise to stay away from ready made ‘off shelf’ items.
Children’s products, including clothing, are strictly regulated in all major markets, including the United States, Australia and the European Union. Noncompliance penalties are severe, and range between US$5, 000 to US$100, 000, per violation, in the United States. Penalties in Europe, for example the United Kingdom, are slightly lower, but can result in imprisonment of up to 6 months, and a fine of £5,000 per violation. That is, of course, in addition to the obvious fact that all non-compliant baby and children’s clothing are subject to an immediate forced recall. Continue reading Children’s & Baby Clothing Manufacturers in China: A Complete Guide