The company fagus® Spielzeug aus Holz - wooden toys produces wooden toys, especially wooden vehicles. Especially the Fagus forklift truck and the Fagus Unimog are classics in children's rooms. With us you can find online products of the company Fagus under wooden toys in the category wooden car.
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Fagus wooden toys
The durable wooden toys are manufactured in workshops in Borken, Germany, and have been awarded the spiel gut, TÜV nord and CE seals.
Wooden toys provide children with rich sensory perceptions. As natural wood is durable, it is also very sustainable. Children can experience the wood with all its history and character traits.
Social responsibility is also important to Fagus, which offers meaningful jobs for people with disabilities and encourages and challenges its employees individually so that everyone can develop in the best possible way.
From the initial idea to the finished toy, the production of the toys and vehicles is characterised by great craftsmanship and a spirit of partnership. The high-quality vehicles, such as fire engines, rubbish trucks, articulated lorries and car transporters, are created hand in hand and thus receive all the qualities that make them particularly valuable for parents, children and the employees.
History of the Fagus company
After the Caritas Association founded the "Beschützende Werkstatt" (sheltered workshop) for people with disabilities in an old school building in 1969, it grew rapidly. While products were manufactured for companies like Siemens, however, it never lost sight of its goal of providing the best possible support and individual assistance to people with disabilities.
After the bankruptcy of the wooden toy factory Krom in Borken, the Caritas Association took over its production range and opened another branch there. The management soon decided on the brand name fagus® for the wooden toys.
To facilitate customer acquisition, the workshop was given its final name "Büngern Technik" and also exhibited very successfully under this name for the first time at the Nuremberg Toy Fair. To this day, the workshop continues to grow and offers many hundreds of people with disabilities a friendly and supportive working environment.