FRANKFURT, Germany--(Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) (Hall 12.0, G-01-1). Visitors will find a wide range of exciting new products as well as proven “classics”.)--This year at Spielwarenmesse International Toy Fair Nuremberg 37 exhibitors from Hong Kong (2012: 44) will be exhibiting under the roof of the combined stand organized by the
Amazing Toys Limited (12.0-G-01-12), known for educational and scientific toys, will be introducing two new products from their “Innonex” and “Connex” lines. The Connex Super Scientific Set contains eight different construction designs to discover the fun and fascination of science.
The Smart Symphony Interactive Orchestra from Smart Industrial Group Ltd. (12.0-G-03-7) helps children to train musical understanding and cognitive and motor skills. The ensemble was awarded with the “Best of the Fair: Baby Toys & Activity“ Award during HKTDC Hong Kong Toys & Games Fair 2013. Two new Trixy & Troy games of COG Limited (12.0-H-04-01) are a further addition to the range of educational toys for younger children. Lace-A-Letter includes 26 letters to form words using a pull-through lace. At Bug Sudoku the numbers have been replaced with pictorial images. The new game Word Winder of Basic Concepts Int’l Ltd. (12.0-G-03-6) also promotes the formation of words and word sequences.
With its wide range of puppets and puppet theatres, Yick Wah Plastic Factory Limited (12.0-H-03-07) is looking to stimulate children’s imagination whilst playing. Bringing stories to life is possible with the toy sets from Prosperity Industrial (International) Co. Ltd. (12.0-H-04-3). They contain construction components, 3D images of characters and ready-made scenes. Art Champion Industrial (12.0-G-03-2) offers a set for painting porcelain and clay figures with individual patterns and images.
Seven companies on the combined stand will be exhibiting collectables such as model vehicles, helicopters, speedboats and aircraft that appeal to both children and adults alike.
Hong Kong exported toys and games to the value of USD 10.1 billion in 2012 (- 2 per cent). The decline was mainly due to the 25.2 per cent fall in demand in Europe. Whilst traditional toys achieved a growth of 3.3 per cent, exports of video games (TV) fell by 10.9 per cent, as a result of the availability of games on smartphones and tablets.