Engino signs with Import Services

Published on: 25th April 2017

Company expands European presence by investing in distribution to UK, Ireland, and Western Europe.

engino480To obtain the necessary infrastructure for UK and European development, Engino has selected retail logistics specialist Import Services, to provide port-centric storage, order processing, pick, pack and distribution to Engino’s customers, retail majors, multiples and independents.

Founded in 2004, Engino has experienced worldwide growth in both the educational and creative construction toy market. At the forefront of the product range is the recently launched STEM Heroes series, which introduces children to STEM through a new and playful approach.

Children can construct models while also learning interesting facts about each theme presented.

Robert Mann, VP International at Engino, commented: “This is an important step change for our business in the UK and Europe. We are particularly pleased to select Import Services as our logistics partner, recognising their unique ability to give us a real edge to our development plans.”

Mike Thomas, client services director for Import Services commented: “Engino is a remarkably innovative company and we are delighted to be selected as their UK/European supply chain partner to support planned market growth. Leveraging our retail logistics reach and significant benefits of scale shared with all our clients, Engino is now set to build on early success in the UK, Eire and Western European markets.”


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