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List of Toy Companies

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What are the biggest toy companies in the world? With so many toy manufacturers out there, it can be difficult to choose. Rather than rank them, we compiled a list of toy companies featuring some of the most popular toy company names in the business. For instance, Fisher-Price has been making kids' toys since 1930. Among other toy companies in the USA, Hot Wheels has cornered the market on toy cars since American toymaker Mattel introduced it in 1968. Talk about great kids toy companies! 

No toy brands list would be complete without Wham-O? Ever heard of the Hula Hoop? The Frisbee? A Slip 'N Slide? Been Boogie boarding? All of these classic kids' toys were created by the Carson, California-based Wham-O. 

Another one of the top toy companies in the world is LEGO. The Danish toy manufacturer typically runs neck and neck with Mattel for the coveted No. 1 slot of toy manufacturing companies. Whichever is in first any given year, they are both consistently among world's largest toy companies. 

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    Agglo Corporation Limited is a private Hong Kong based toy supplier that was founded in 1969....  more
  • Applied Minds2

    Applied Minds

    Consumer electronics, Software
    Applied Minds, Llc. is an American company founded in 2000 by ex-Disney Imagineers Danny...  more
  • Bandai3


    Media, Video game
    Bandai Company, Limited is a Japanese toy making and video game company, as well as the...  more
  • Banpresto4


    Video game, Toy
    Banpresto Co., Ltd. is a Japanese toy company, best known in America for game development,...  more
  • BRIO5


  • Coleco6


    Consumer electronics, Electric Services
    Coleco Inc. is an American company founded in 1932 by Maurice Greenberg as "Connecticut...  more
  • 7
    E.S.R., Inc. was an American manufacturer of educational toys during the 1960s. The company’s...  more
  • Estrela8
    Estrela is a toy manufacturer in Brazil. The company was founded in São Paulo in 1937, when it...  more
  • eToys.com9 is a retail website that sells toys via the Internet. It was established by a...  more
  • Fisher-Price10
    Fisher-Price is an American company that produces toys for infants and children, headquartered...  more
  • Flextronics11


    Bare Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing, Toy
    Flextronics International Ltd. is an American supply chain solutions company that offers...  more
  • Funko12


    Funko, or FunKo, is a company that manufactures licensed pop culture toys. Funko is most known...  more
  • Galoob13


  • Greene Plastics Corp14

    Greene Plastics Corp

    Handicraft, Toy
  • Gund15


    Gund is a manufacturer of plush stuffed animals. It was founded by Adolph Gund in 1898. On...  more
  • Hasbro16


    Media, Arts
    Hasbro Inc. is an American multinational toy and board game company. It is one of the largest...  more
  • Herpa17
    Herpa, or Herpa Miniaturmodelle GmbH, is a German manufacturer of die-cast model aircraft...  more
  • Herpa Wings18
    Herpa Wings are die-cast model airplanes trademark under Herpa of Germany. The collection...  more
  • Hot Wheels19
    Hot Wheels is a brand of 1:64, 1:43, 1:18 and 1:50 scale die-cast toy cars introduced by...  more
  • Hugg-a-Planet20


    Marketing, Educational services
    First to introduce produce a soft accurate globe of earth the Hugg-A-Planet Earth. in 1982...  more
  • Ideal Toy Company21
    Ideal Toy Company was an American toy company founded by Morris and Rose Michtom. During the...  more
  • Irwin Toy22
    Irwin Toy Limited was a Canadian distributor and manufacturer of toys. It was Canada's oldest...  more
  • itoys23


    The now bankrupt itoys inc. was a revival of the Canadian family-owned toy company Irwin Toy...  more
  • J. K. Farnell24

    J. K. Farnell

    John Kirby Farnell or J. K. Farnell was a London company which manufactured the first British...  more
  • J. W. Spear & Sons25

    J. W. Spear & Sons

    J. W. Spear and Sons was a significant manufacturer of board games during the 20th century....  more