Haberman Products, the innovative baby feeding products company, is expanding its product portfolio and global markets. This week it announces that it has been appointed as UK distributor of the Canpol Babies product range.
Online PR News – 03-May-2013 – London UK: 3 May 2013 – Haberman Products, the UK’s most innovative baby feeding products company, has been appointed as UK distributor of the Canpol Babies products range.
Canpol Babies is Poland’s leading baby products and accessories manufacturer. Its comprehensive collection of feeding, care, welfare, play and safety products is sold to retailers and wholesalers in 35 countries.
Paul Bottomley, Managing Director at Haberman Products, said: "We’re thrilled to be working with Canpol Babies to distribute its extensive range of products to the UK retail sector and share our innovations, knowledge and experience. We believe our partnership will go from strength-to-strength and we are looking forward to the coming year. Canpol is a highly respected, successful organisation and has been working closely with Haberman Products on our anywayup® range and product launch. Our partnership will contribute to accelerating growth and expansion of our brands throughout Europe in support of our strategic goals."
Vice President of Canpol Babies, Krzysztof Biedrzycki said: "As pioneers of new and innovative products, Haberman Products is a natural fit with Canpol Babies. By taking advantage of its distribution network, this partnership will bring our product range to a wider audience through broader sales channels and provides us with an opportunity to offer our extensive product portfolio to more parents."
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Canpol is a leading manufacturer of baby products and accessories in Poland and eastern Europe. The company has been responding to the needs of youngsters and their parents for over 20 years.
Its Canpol Babies brand has received numerous awards from prestigious institutions, monthly business magazines as well as major parenting magazines. These include being three times winner of a Forbes Diamond for increasing their market value, the European Medal from the European Integration Committee and ‘Outstanding Exporter of the Year’ awarded by the Polish Exporters Association.
Canpol is a family business and family-orientated. Its community of experts and mothers provide advice and support on pregnancy, labour, childcare and child development.
About Haberman Products
Haberman Products is a British company dedicated to bringing to market innovative baby and toddler feeding products under the Haberman® brand that help youngsters develop drinking independence.
Haberman Products is built on over 25 years of inspirational innovation in medical and consumer infant feeding. It is the only UK company that focuses exclusively on satisfying the needs of newborns and toddlers throughout their key drinking stages.
It is shaping the future of this important niche area working with consumers, paediatricians and dental experts, to support both child and parent well-being, promoting a person-centred approach to feeding care that recognises the differences in family situations.
The company’s founder is mother of invention Mandy Haberman. Her story has made her the UK’s poster girl for innovation. She has been recognised by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as a ‘Pioneer to the Life of the Nation’ and was named British Female Inventor of the Year in 2000 for inventing the anywayup® cup – the world’s first (and still the best) non-spill toddler cup.
It has been 20 years since the anywayup® sippy cup was filled with blackcurrant juice and mailed to the Tesco head buyer in the UK, with a note saying, "if you can read this then we have proven our point."
Now every second of every day someone, somewhere in the world, buys a product protected by Haberman Products' intellectual property. Haberman sells its products via international distributors and partners.
To celebrate its birthday, the company has bought itself a £4m factory extension in the UK and spent £2m developing some really innovative new baby feeding products that will be unveiled at Kind + Jugend Trade Fair in Cologne this September.