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Klein Toys of Germany prepares for UK stock holding with Import Services

Theo Klein GmbH has appointed Import Services as logistics partner, to provide retail supply chain services, from product sources in the Far East and Germany, to customers in the UK and Eire.

With a significantly enlarged product portfolio, including popular brand names such as Barbie, Bosch, Braun, Electrolux, Hot Wheels, John Deere and Volvo, Klein Toys led the search for a retail logistics partner to provide bonded storage at a container port-based location in view of Brexit.

The fit with Import Services has been signalled as an ideal match, combining both Southampton container port sites, toy-sector knowledge and valuable IT systems.

Established, family owned business Klein Toys, was founded by Theo and Maria Klein for the production of brooms, moving into the toy sector in the 1960’s. in 1981, their product range was extended with new lines ‘Dolls’ and ‘Pretend Role Play’. Today it employs over 200 staff at Ramberg and Landau as well as three international sales branches in England, France and Spain.

Martin Klein MD said: “We are making significant changes at Klein to bring greater product and operational choice to our customers and this business expansion needs a credible and experienced UK logistics partner.

“We are pleased to have appointed Import Services and look forward to operating from their great Southampton port facilities.”

Mike Thomas, client services director at Import Services, added: “We have tracked Klein Toy’s success for many years and are now privileged to partner with this acclaimed company. Our teams are excited to work together, with Klein Toys now all set to benefit from our AEO accredited and bonded facilities which deliver efficient supply chain services to the UK and Eire markets.”

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