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October 9, 2012

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Carol

Hi
I live in the US and would love to know if you may know of a good, reputable plush toy manufactuer in China. Looking to work on my baby toy/idea..and they are just a few US plush toy manufactuers and would love to know of a good one in China that tests their products to make sure they pass all regulations esp for the US.. Thank you

Amitabh Kharbanda

Hey Carol,
Why dont you try India also. More design oriented. Better with Natural fabrics. Can do smaller production runs.

Amitabh Kharbanda

Toy Manufacturer USA

Once Western manufacturers exhibit the product, Chinese immediately knock it off.
It doesn't make sense to exhibit there and to be exposed like this.

Roger Hulks

Hi Carol,
we may be able to help, however low MOQ's are very difficult to conceive for a number of reasons.
Pls contact us via www.synthesisdesignltd.com and we can give you more details of what is involved.

Roger

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