Dantoy launches Bio toy range

Published on: 25th April 2018

Danish toy maker has invested in developing products made of bioplastics due to customer demand.

Dantoy, which has a 15,000 m² factory in Hobro, northern Denmark, has been manufacturing toys for more than 50 years, and has exported them to 50 countries. Following consumer demand, the company has released its new Bio range, features toys made from bioplastic derived from sugarcane ethanol.

The new range offers role-play sets, including the Bio Dining Set and the Bio Coffee/Tea Dining Set, as well as the Bio Sand Set for outdoor play on the beach, and the Bio Dump Truck and the Bio Front Loader Tractor. All products come in recyclable cardboard packaging.

Dantoy has invested in new machinery to make itself competitive. The manufacturer currently has seven products made of bioplastics and plans to expand the product line.

To find out more, please contact Marck Andre Højbjerg Matthiasen, Dantoy CEO.


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