1. Categories affected by the epidemic: washing detergent / sanitary napkin / paper / fragrance, ZIPPO / Swiss Army knife / glasses, family planning products, internet medical / health care products, baby and child urine pants.

2. Categories greatly affected by the epidemic: Aquatic meat / fresh fruits and vegetables / cooked food, clothing accessories / Belts / Hats / scarves, hair care / wigs, snacks / nuts / specialties.

3. Categories less affected by the epidemic: beauty instruments, milk powder / complementary food / nutrition / snacks, education and training, toys / baby carriages / wisdom / building blocks / Models.

4. Categories moderately affected by the epidemic: Cereals, oils, rice noodles / dry goods from north and South / condiments, beauty and skin care / body beauty / essential oil, personal care / health care / massage equipment, stationery, audio-visual education / cultural supplies / business supplies, coffee / cereal / beverage, traditional tonics, women’s wear / women’s Boutique.

The repot shows the online toy business is better at this period, consumers need more interesting toys to spend the time at home. Anyway, we hope the COVID-19 will be finished soon! Please stay safe and keep confidence.  Please contact us if we can do anything for you, Tigersniff teams will do our best to help customers, it is great honor.

 

Follow this advice as strictly as possible and encourage others to follow this advice too.

Do

  • Wash your hands properly and often.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when you cough and sneeze.
  • Put used tissues into a bin and wash your hands.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Avoid close contact with people – keep a distance of 2 metres (6.5 feet) between you and others.
  • Avoid crowded places, especially indoors.
  • Follow the travel advice from the Department of Foreign Affairs.
  • Stay at home if you are sick to help stop the spread of whatever infection you may have.

Don’t

  • Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.
  • Do not share objects that touch your mouth – for example, bottles, cups.
  • Do not shake hands.

Wash your hands properly and often. You should wash your hands:

  • After coughing or sneezing
  • Before and after eating
  • Before and after preparing food
  • If you were in contact with someone who has a fever or respiratory symptoms (cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing)
  • After being on public transport or in a crowd (especially an indoor crowd)
  • If you have handled animals or animal waste
  • Before having a cigarette or vaping
  • If your hands are dirty
  • After toilet use

Keep your hands in good condition, moisturise them often. Any basic product that is not perfumed or coloured is OK.

Do not wear gloves instead of washing your hands. The virus gets on them in the same way it gets on your hands. Also, your hands can get contaminated when you take them off.

Wish all our partners and customers are safe! If our team can do anything for you, please feel free to contact us!

As a professional and responsible company, Tigersniff doesn’t just provide toys and hobbies, it is also our responsibility to protect customer health and safety. Our company will do our best to support partners and customers!  If you need any helps, please don’t hesitate to contact us. 

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* 2.4G RC Building Blocks Robert M1 Support Cellphone Bluetooth Control 

* 2.4G RC Building Blocks Crawler Armed Rocket

* 2.4G RC Building Blocks Thunderbolt Dragon, Support Cellphone Bluetooth Control

* 2.4G RC Building Blocks Flame King, Support Cellphone Bluetooth Control

* 2.4G RC Balanced Programmable Building Block Robot, Support Cellphone Bluetooth Control

* 2.4G RC Building Blocks Track Stunt Car, Support Cellphone Bluetooth Control

* 2.4G RC Building Blocks Adorable Minnie 

* 1/8 C63 Static Version Building Blocks Car

* 2.4G RC Programmable Building Block  Robot, Support Cellphone Bluetooth Control

* 2.4G RC Building Blocks Wheel Load Bulldozer, Support Cellphone Bluetooth Control

* 2.4G RC Building Blocks Lieboherr-RH400, Support Cellphone Bluetooth Control

* Large Building Blocks Dream Castle 

More details and items available, welcome to inquiry.

Factory closures in China, where 85% of toys are made, threaten to choke supply of popular items

Toy companies are delaying shipments and new product launches and struggling to fill retail orders as the coronavirus epidemic disrupts the industry’s supply chain.

Some toy factories in China, where around 85% of the world’s toys are made, remain closed and others are operating at a fraction of capacity, either because of worker shortages or difficulties securing raw materials and molds to make their products, industry executives and analysts said.

Inside factories that are operating, companies are installing dividers between workspaces and taking other precautions against the spread of the disease, which has led to more than 2,700 deaths world-wide and raised the prospect of a global pandemic.

The disruption is threatening the carefully orchestrated schedule of manufacturing and shipments that delivers Barbie dolls and Nerf blasters to shelves. Some large retailers are searching for alternative products to fill holes in their inventories and considering delaying setting their shelves for the holiday season by a month.

It’s the latest challenge for a toy industry that in recent years has faced the threat of tariffs and bankruptcies of key retailers including Toys ‘R’ Us. Toy sales declined 4% in the U.S. last year, according to research firm NPD Group Inc.

“This is going to put some companies out of business if it goes on too long,” said Steve Pasierb, president and chief executive of the Toy Association Inc., a trade group.

He said that many toy companies have convened war rooms with daily calls to their Chinese manufacturers for status updates. Some have said they might see their expected output fall by around 25% in the second quarter of the year.

Jay Foreman, chief executive of toy company Basic Fun Inc. in Boca Raton, Fla., said that full production might not ramp up until April, and if the outbreak stretches much further, the holiday season could face trouble. “It will start to put strain on the supply chain for the second half of the year,” he said.

At Toy Fair New York this week, the impact of coronavirus cast a long shadow at an event where hundreds of companies convened to showcase everything from Baby Shark to Baby Yoda toys. Large companies like Hasbro Inc., HAS 3.19% Mattel Inc. MAT 7.81% and Lego A/S are trying to minimize the effect of delayed factory openings. They have said they expect some impact to sales and supplies at the beginning of the year that could worsen if the outbreak drags on.

Anna Mowbray, co-founder Zuru Ltd., which makes X-Shot blasters and Bunch O Balloons water balloons, said its factories have reopened in phases over the past few weeks. Zuru installed dividers between workspaces, added extra sanitation stations and implemented other precautionary measures. But the company is thinly staffed due to restrictions on China travel and is operating at just 20% of capacity right now, Ms. Mowbray said.

Zuru, which is based in Shenzhen, has had to scrap a new product launch for the year and is likely out tens of millions of dollars in revenue, Ms. Mowbray said. It is also asking retailers to be flexible with how much product they initially ship.

“There’s definitely going to be holes on shelves,” she said. “There’s a hole for us in revenue because of it, and I think there’s going to be less freshness.”

Hog Wild Toys LLC has reopened its factory in Guangdong, but it is also running at only about 15% of capacity, said Joshua Loerzel, the company’s vice president of sales and marketing. But upstream in the supply chain, it is unable to get tooling equipment needed to make some new products as those producers are facing the same labor shortage.

That means shipments of products like Tower Tennis, an outdoor paddle game, likely won’t arrive at retailers as expected in April. Instead, Hog Wild will provide retailers some outdoor products that it imported late last year as it ramped up distribution to mass retailers.

“Luckily, we had these products so I pivoted the buyers to the stuff we have,” Mr. Loerzel said.

He said some large retailers have sent emails asking for extra outdoor toys to fill shelves for the spring and summer.

Some larger companies have worked to reduce their dependence on Chinese factories in recent years, with trade disputes recently creating the need for a more diversified base. Hasbro said it gets about two-thirds of its products from China and aims to reduce that to around 50% over the next few years. Mattel makes less than two-thirds of its products in China and most of its two largest brands, Barbie dolls and Hot Wheels cars, are made elsewhere.

Even if the factories start churning out toys faster soon, another challenge will be getting them out of China, as toys will have to compete with iPhones and other consumer products for transportation.

“If you think about all the consumer products and the floodgates open up, where do toys fit into that?” the Toy Association’s Mr. Pasierb said. “Even if they’re producing, there’s no belly of a jetliner to get onto right now.”

Tigersniff teams will do our best to make sure the orders delivery time, we will provide our biggest supports to customers to win the Coronavirus.

A few steps below:

  • Wash your hands with soap or use a hand sanitizer that contains alcohol.
  • Sneeze and cough into tissues or the crook of your elbow. If you get snot or spit on your skin, clean it off right away. Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick, especially people exhibiting respiratory symptoms and fever.
  • Stay home when you’re sick.
  • Regularly and thoroughly clean surfaces, such as counter tops and doorknobs, with a disinfectant.

Trust we can win finally. Tigersniff teams will do our best to finish customers’ orders with high quality. If we can do anything for you, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

  1. Lego
  2. Nintendo
  3. Mattel
  4. Hasbro
  5. Disney
  6. Nerf
  7. Mega Brands
  8. Barbie
  9. Playmobil
  10. Playskool

The list will change every year, many new brands are fast developping, such as MGA, ZURU, etc. The kids will have more and more choices in the future, just enjoy the toys fun!


The Spielwarenmesse’s international trend committee has identified three strong trends for 2020 ahead of the Nuremberg Toy Fair.

The Spielwarenmesse’s trend committee is composed of toy experts from the U.S., Europe and China (including Steven Ekstract, brand director, global licensing group, Informa. Products from all three categories will be showcased at the Trend Gallery of Hall 3A at the 71st Spielwarenmesse International Toy Fair, held in Nuremberg, Germany from Jan. 29 through Feb. 2. Categories being highlighted include:


The Spielwarenmesse’s international trend committee has identified three strong trends for 2020 ahead of the Nuremberg Toy Fair.

The Spielwarenmesse’s trend committee is composed of toy experts from the U.S., Europe and China (including Steven Ekstract, brand director, global licensing group, Informa. Products from all three categories will be showcased at the Trend Gallery of Hall 3A at the 71st Spielwarenmesse International Toy Fair, held in Nuremberg, Germany from Jan. 29 through Feb. 2. Categories being highlighted include:


Toys for Future – Sustainability in Play
Products that fall within this trend have a firm focus on climate protection and sustainability. They not only promote environmentally friendly behavior and raise awareness through play but also comprise toys with sustainable aspects such as ecological materials, or articles that have been upcycled or recycled.

Digital Goes Physical – Virtual Figures ‘Get Real’
In the “Digital Goes Physical” trend, digital characters enter the world of conventional toys. Video games get the physical toy treatment. Characters’ physical counterparts also become an extension of virtual reality, opening the door to new experiences through play.

Be You! – Games for All
Play connects everyone irrespective of origin, religion or appearance. This is the fundamental principle of this trend, which brings together two objectives: to help people with special needs and to promote tolerance, inclusion and diversity. People with disabilities or diseases, such as dementia or Parkinson’s, have very different tactile requirements when it comes to toys and games. Products within this theme stimulate their minds and motor skills while creating shared experiences.

Tigersniff team will keep providing the innovative toys to dearest customers.

#1. Hong Kong Toys & Games Fair
#2. CBME China
#3. Nuremberg International Toy Fair – Spielwarenmesse
#4. The Prego Expo Phoenix
#5. Big Boys Toys
#6. ABC Kids EXPO
#7. The Prego Expo at San Diego
#8. CBME Turkey
#9. Toy & Edu China
#10. Baby Expo
#11. Kids India
#12. Big Boys Toys New Zealand
#13. PAX Unplugged
#14. NC Kid Expo Raleigh
#15. Emerald City Comic Con
#16. LEGO World
#17. THE DOLL SHOW
#18. Maker Faire Rome
#19. Chicago Baby Show
#20. New York Baby Show
#21. Just Between Friends Kansas City
#22. American International Toy Fair
#23. Sacramento Baby and Beyond Expo
#24. LA Baby Show
#25. The JPMA Show
#26. The Prego Expo Denver
#27. The Baby Show Birmingham
#28. International Stroller & Baby Product Fair
#29. Pregnancy and Baby Fair
#30. Seattle Babyfest
#31. Portland BabyFest
#32. CBME India
#33. Salon Baby
#34. Southern Christmas Show
#35. Gifts World Expo
#36. life instyle
#37. Christmas Gift and Decor Show
#38. VIECC Vienna Comic
#39. Singapore Comic Con
#40. Shanghai Comic Convention
#41. FOR TOYS
#42. Holiday Mart
#43. Holiday Boutique
#44. Harrogate International Nursery Fair
#45. The Prego Expo at Philly
#46. The Baby Show Olympia
#47. Baby and Kids Expo Tokyo
#48. Mommy Baby Fair
#49. CMBE Indonesia
#50. The Toy Fair
#51. Kids Russia
#52. Christmas Gift + Hobby Show
#53. AGHA Melbourne Gift Fair
#54. Spring Gift and Homeware Fair
#55. New Zealand Gift and Homeware Fair
#56. Retail Quarter Sydney
#57. Play World Australia
#58. EGX
#59. Learning & Teaching Expo
#60. ASEAN (Bangkok) Toys & Preschool Expo 2020
#61. Birmingham Babypalooza
#62. Toy Fair Dallas
#63. Just Between Friends Milwaukee

Will you attend any of the fairs? We are going to attend some of the fairs with out latest toys and hobbies, wish to see you soon. Tigersniff, one of best toy suppliers.

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Chenghai, the jurisdiction of Shantou City, Guangdong Province, currently has more than 5000 toy enterprises in Chenghai District, with more than 4800 registered trademarks. In 2014, four toy enterprises were listed, occupying four seats in five toy listed companies in China. It is one of the most important toy production bases in the world.

We are in Chenghai, Shantou, welcome to visit Shantou, let’s show the most interesting and hot selling toys for you!

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