Buildex Furniture, Vehicle Lines Launching During Nuremberg and NY Toy Fairs

The Buildex brand from Kids Preferred will launch a new line of kids furniture and wooden performance riding vehicles at Spielwarenmesse and American International Toy Fair in New York City. All the new items will be available for purchase globally in the spring. Developed in conjunction with toy designers at Chelona Wooden World, the new line is designed to encourage children to develop 3-D thinking, as well as an appreciation for construction, movement, and design.

Buildex1The Buildex line of kids furniture features durable wood constructions and ergonomic designs, which require no tools or hardware. All Buildex furnishings use the company’s exclusive connecting systems to safely secure all components in place. The furniture line includes the Rocketeer Table & Chairs Set, Daisy Table & Chairs Set, and more.

Buildex2Similarly, the Buildex line of wood performance riding vehicles assemble securely without the use of tools or hardware, and have natural suspension that works in combination with functional steering. The wood performance riding vehicles line includes the Max-Tractor, Super-Scoot for boys, Super-Scoot for girls, and more.

Toy Fair Nuremberg Finishes with More Visitors

Spielwarenmesse International Toy Fair Nuremberg 2010 closed its doors on Tuesday with a grand total of 76,600 visitors during the six-day event, a 2-percent increase compared to 2009. The visitors traveled from 104 countries, and exhibitors totaled 2,625.

According to the Toy Fair Nuremberg, 23.2 percent of the exhibitors said their customers were more interested in purchasing and ordering than the year before (in 2009 the number was 9.4 percent). The fair also reported that 86.2 percent of visitors were decision-makers (2009: 84.8 percent), and 52 percent of all buyers and traders came from abroad (2009: 51 percent). German visitors to the fair dropped slightly, but the number was offset by an increase of visitors from France, Great Britain, Poland, Russia, and the U.S.

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