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Corgi has signed a deal with Singapore’s Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies to use its fuel cells in the new products.

Michael Cookson, CEO of Corgi said: "This agreement represents a new chapter for Corgi International and is clear evidence that, as a company, we are at the forefront in bringing new and cutting-edge environmentally-friendly and green technologies to the international toy market.

“A sustainable future begins with today’s children and I am delighted that as a result of this partnership Corgi International stands at the vanguard of developing the future of play right here today.”

Taras Wankewycz, VP at Horizon added: "This partnership with Corgi International is a hugely exciting step for Horizon and provides a unique opportunity to take fuel cell technology out of the laboratory and into millions of homes around the world."



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