UL prepares to return to London Toy Fair

Published on: 23rd January 2023

UL Solutions’ high-tech global network of laboratories offers a wide portfolio of testing according to global mandatory standards and regulation.

UL SolutionsUL Solutions is gearing up for its return to London Toy Fair 2023, and is inviting visitors to book a meeting with its toy experts to discuss their sustainability and technical needs by contacting

The UL Solutions team will be on hand at Toy Fair to discuss how the company can help support global retailers, brands and manufacturers to market compliant, quality toys faster starting from the initial stage of the product development process. Its team also helps to evaluate sustainability efforts through a product’s lifecycle and differentiate products in the competitive marketplace.

UL Solutions’ high-tech global network of laboratories offers a wide portfolio of testing according to global mandatory standards and regulation. This portfolio includes chemical and microbiological analysis, physical-mechanical, flammability and electrical testing and much more.

Whether it’s help with access to the North America, European or Asian markets, or any other target market in the world, UL Solutions can help, also saving costs and time.

As parents buy toys and products for their children, hoping to find items on the shelves that are safe, high quality and increasingly sustainable, they want to be confident these products do not contain dangerous substances, or put the health of little ones at risk with sharp edges or small parts that the child could ingest. Many aspects need to be considered. Consumers want to trust toy and children’s products brands and retailers that the item went through rigorous testing and checks.

International technical committees and working groups work hard to maintain higher safety and quality standards that toys and children’s products must undergo in order to access global markets.

The topic of sustainability is becoming increasingly popular in this market as well. The idea of raising children in a healthier and more protected world leads consumers to search for items from brands and retailers who pay more attention to the environment.

Last, but not least, the number of connected and smart children’s products is growing, providing unique experiences to children. This does not come without a new set of critical risks: from cybersecurity to radio frequency exposure, brands and retailers have to put more topics on their list before launching an item in destination markets. As a strategic partner, UL Solutions guides companies through this complex marketplace with the mission of working for a safer world.

Find out more on Stand E42 or contact the team on


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