Widely exported toys include push toys, rug toys, animals, puzzles, mobiles, educational toys, skittles, and children's furniture. These are subject to stringent quality checks throughout the production process. Inventors and creative professional designers study best practises and trends seen in manufacturing children's toys,ensuring that the products have great educational value and are able to combine learning with play.
Soft toys are produced using modern machinery and industrial production techniques. The factories that put together these lovely toys are fully equipped with the necessary technology and adhere to international safety standards. Soft toys are subject to stringent quality checks from cutting to finishing-stage. The use of eye/ nose attaching machines and metal detectors, make these quality toys safe to handle. The finished products are gentle to the touch, huggable and desired by all soft toy lovers. Plush, hand-woven fabrics and stuffing material are used in the products.
The wooden toy industry in Sri Lanka is an established industry with over 50 exporters. Mainly boron treated rubber wood is used in the manufacture of wooden toys. Rubber wood comes from plantations in Sri Lanka and has been accepted in the International market as an environment friendly wood. Due to the fact that Sri Lankan crafts-persons have inherited a natural talent for excellent painting and carvings skills, Sri Lanka is able to create colorfully designed toys and produce exquisite and intricate workmanship which has been a plus point to the toy industry.