Globally-acclaimed Meiya & Alvin Toy Collection returns home


A globally reputed but proudly Sri Lankan toy manufacturing company, DSL Lanka (Pvt) Ltd, is poised to launch its internationally acclaimed range of toys to the local market. The range consists of a natural line of baby toys combining rubber and fabric, originally based on two charming characters from the accompanying storybook, ‘A Day at the Park with Meiya & Alvin’. Within a year since its launch in the international market, the book has been translated into 7 languages, namely, English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Spanish and Catalan, and is available in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and across 11 European countries.

DSL Lanka was recently the recipient of the Presidential Award for Toys/Gifts and Games, presented by President Maithripala Sirisena, for the years 2014 & 2015 at the Presidential Export Awards held at the BMICH on August 9.

The Meiya & Alvin Collection is a first ever-infant toy collection designed to promote infant development combining natural, quality materials and commitment to the environment. It has already been awarded the prestigious Dr. Toy Award for the ‘Best Green Toy’ for the entire range. Now infants and children in Sri Lanka will also have access to this world-famous range of toys, which consists of an attractive box with a story book.

The personality behind this successful venture, CEO of DSL Lanka, Mano Sheriff comments: "The Meiya & Alvin Collection was envisioned as a world of innocence where children can just be who they are – a world where the air and water are clean, and the purity of childhood remains uncompromised. I am proud of the fact that DSL Lanka innovated the first-ever eco-friendly toy to combine rubber and soft textiles, blending the two favourite textures babies love. The rubber soothes them in their teething years and the soft toy gives them a feeling of warmth and security. My sole objective behind each toy is to ensure a pure and safe product that keeps the Sri Lankan heritage alive, which has in turn raised awareness about Sri Lankan culture and heritage abroad." - DSL Lanka

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