FRANKFURT, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--33 companies from Hong Kong will be taking part on a combined stand (2013: 37) in Hall 12.0 (G-01-1) when the world’s largest toy fair opens its doors in Nuremberg from January 29 to February 3. Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the stand will offer a wide selection of products from futuristically designed skateboards through creative sets and educational games to traditional cuddly toys. In total, 169 exhibitors from Hong Kong will showcase their products.
Alpha Animation and Culture (Hong Kong) Company Limited (H-04-3) markets a wide range of toys under the brand names Auldey and Race-Tin, including eye-catching skateboards, remote-controlled helicopters, car models and educational toys.
Two new games from the CONNEX® series are showcased by Amazing Toys Limited (G-01-9). Children shall be encouraged to interact with family and friends while learning the elementary principles of physics.
Picture books, painting sets, puzzles and wooden toys from Atta Pack Company Limited (G-01-5) aim at arousing children’s creativity. The FPL Group (G-01-8) is looking to develop the artistic skills of children with their range of paints, adhesives, brushes, sponges and accessories.
Things get digital at Cooler Stuff Co., Ltd (G-03-3) with its remote controls and WIFI figures like the robot with infrared remote control or the high-speed truck.
Under the brand name Bookapee, Giant Gain Enterprise Limited (G-03-9) markets lovingly designed learning sets, beakers, lunch boxes, place mats and cutlery sets.
Toy Shock International Limited (G-03-6) fulfils all types of wishes from the conventional baby doll to the cool Tattoo Divas.
Movement is the topic at Nicer Industrial Limited (H-04-4). Their brand Nixor stands for scooters, skateboards, inline skates and protective equipment for beginners and professionals.
Hong Kong’s toy industry exported goods worth USD 7.6 billion from 01-11/2013 – a decline of 14.3 per cent compared to 2012. Countries like Russia, the Philippines and India in contrast showed double-digit growth rates. Whilst the export of traditional toys fell by 5.7 per cent, demand for games was still rising. Total imports into Hong Kong fell during the same period by 11.6 per cent (USD 6.7 billion).