This Swedish wooden toy designer is looking for a certified wooden toy manufacturer with the expertise and certifications to make toxic-free and eco-labelled wooden toys, mainly for children age 3-8 years old.
This Swedish SME is an established toy creator with a variation of designs and with previous success on the toy market.
In order to scale up the production and reduce costs, the SME is looking for a subcontractor/manufacturer in woodworking or carpentry to produce various volumes.
The products are small to medium in size, needs to be toxic free and durable and come in a variety of organic or eco-labelled colours.
The SME will provide the designs and specifications and the manufacturer will be responsible for ensuring that standards and certificates (CE, SIST EN 71-1, SIST EN 71-3) are met.
- Type of partner sought: This Swedish company is looking for a manufacturing partner that can produce wooden toys according to specifications and design.
The manufacturer will be responsible for ensuring that standards and certificates (CE, EN 71-1, EN 71-3) are met. The use of FSC-Certified wood is preferred but not necessary. The manufacturer is ISO 9001:00 certified.
The manufactured products must be non-toxic, contain no plastics or chemical dyes and use organic colours or eco-labelled paint.
- Specific area of activity of the partner: The manufacturer should have the expertise to produce wooden toys from the designs and physical prototypes provided.
The partner should be able to produce different volume orders and have all the necessary certifications.
A long term partner is sought in Europe under a subcontracting agreement.
This Swedish company creates its own unique designs and have over 25 years of experience in the business of wooden toys.
The demand for toxic-free and eco-labelled products made from natural materials have increased and this SME has the experience, expertise and finished designs.
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