Since the outbreak of the new coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, Hubei Province around the corner of the Spring Festival, the government and the official health authorities have taken a series of prompt actions in response to the top major public health emergency.
Toy manufacturer Hape International donated a portion of its $5 million charitable fund to combat the outbreak of the epidemic, making the company the first foreign-invested enterprise in Beilun, China, to make a donation. The donation is designated to purchase medical equipment, compensate medical workers, and ease the surging demand for protective equipment. Says Hape, “We know that without the support and empowerment of the community, Hape could never make such a contribution. Now it’s our turn to repay society.”.
Hape is also working closely with the local government and the community, strictly following the epi-control policies and keeping close track of the health and travel conditions of its staff in China. With these measures, Hape has built a solid supervision system to guarantee a safe path during this difficult period.
Hape is also working closely with the local government and the community, strictly following the epi-control policies, and keeping close track of the health and travel conditions of its staff in China, building a solid supervision system to guarantee a safe path during this difficult period.
Hape is a leader in designing and manufacturing high quality baby and children’s wooden toys made from sustainable materials. The eco-friendly company formed in 1986 by Founder and CEO Peter Handstein in Germany.
Hape produces the highest standards of quality through stringent control systems and a world class production facility. Hape brands are sold through specialty retail, toy stores, museum gift stores, school supply stores and catalog and internet accounts in over 60 countries.
Hape has won numerous awards from prestigious independent toy testing groups for toy design, quality and safety.