The Repco Group takes over Funnivation Hong Kong Ltd.

The Repco Group takes over Funnivation Hong Kong Ltd.

“We are pleased to announce that Funnivation HK Ltd. will become a part of the Repco Group under Repco Asia starting from November-1st 2013”, says Repco Group CEO Carsten Bo Skoett.

Funnivation was started by Raymond Suskin (inventor and developer of. Paperoni™), and the company focuses on developing creative arts & crafts toys. In the current portfolio of brands we find Ratooli, Stikoos, and Mosaic Fun!. Funnivation will become Repco Asia’s ‘toy division’. Going forward all activities including product development and sales of toys will be handled through Funnivation.

Raymond Suskin, will continue to work in the company as Product Development Manager for new product development projects. This will strengthen the potential of developing our product ranges further, and it will add Raymond’s creativity and inspiration to our toy team.

In the coming months and throughout 2014, Funnivation will be incorporated into the group and further communication about the rollout of the various changes this will have for suppliers and customers  will follow in due course.

Repco Asia offers various arts & craft, and creative products under the “Happy Hands” brand, the product portfolio also includes primarily licensed creative products and premiums that are developed and manufactured for licensees around the world.

Besides providing you with ready-made products, Repco Asia and the Repco Group of companies can offer you our vast experience in developing and manufacturing licensed and non-licensed creative products and premiums from concept to final product.

Contact us at your earliest convenience to discuss your requirements.

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