The Simba Dickie Group has production sites throughout the entire world
From Europe to Asia – The Simba Dickie Group is an internationally active company with its own production sites. A brief overview:
There are several toy production sites in the home of the parent company of the
Simba Dickie Group.
Burghaslach: The popular Bobby Cars have been manufactured in the BIG
plant for 40 years.
Lam: This small location in the Bavarian Forest has a tradition in the production of wooden toys for Heros.
Nuremberg/Fürth: The company headquarters is also the location of the game production sites of Noris and Schipper.
Moirans-en-Montagne: Formerly known for wooden toys, these days plastic
toys are manufactured and assembled there for Smoby Toys.
Arinthod: A new expanded production facility for Smoby Toys setting new benchmarks with state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques and the highest degree of energy efficiency was dedicated in this site in Jura in 2011.
Lons-le-Saunier: Another Smoby Toys factory is located in the capital of the Jura department.
The Czech Republic
Netvorice: The production site of the wooden toy manufacturer Eichhorn was relocated to the site around 30 kilometres south of Prague in 1999.
Ibi: The Spanish tricycle and doll stroller manufacturer Picó from Ibi near Alicante has been a part of the Simba Dickie Group since 2009.
Guangdong Province: The Simba Dickie Group runs joint venture operations as well as producing with “subcontractors” in the Chinese province.
Pathum Tahni Province: The popular Majorette cars have been manufactured in this Thai province north of Bangkok since 1987. Majorette has been a part of the Simba Dickie Group since 2010.