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AMO TOYS AS A COMPANY

AMO Toys A/S is a traditional importer and marketer of toys and games in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

Our staff includes a large number of professionals specialised in toys. Amo’s history looks back about 50 years, and we are a real pioneer in the Nordic toy business.

We represent the world’s most appreciated toy manufacturers and brands, the most well-known are Angry Birds, BABY Born, Bratz, Buzz&Neil, Caterpillar, Color me mine, Filly, Little Tikes, Nikko, Project Mc2, Road Rippers, Rubik’s, Scalextric, Shibajuku and Trefl. Well-known, strong, and safe brands are the backbone of our business.

Products represented by AMO Toys can be found in more than 4.000 store fronts in the Nordic region as toyshops, retail shop chains, department stores, etc.

THE HISTORY OF AMO TOYS

Amo Toys Scandinavia A/S has a history of 60 years as an importer and marketer of toys and games in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

Timeline

2016
January 26

AMO Nordic A/S

2016: Amo Oy and Amo Toys Scandinavia A/S merges into AMO Nordic A/S
2014
November 26

Housebrands

 2014: Amo Toys Scandinavia A/S aquires Housebrands from Scanditoy
2013
November 20

Amo Toys Scandinavia A/S

2013: Amo Toys Scandinavia A/S is launched – distributing Amo Toys in Sweden, Norway and Denmark
May 27

2013: Nintendo sold to Bergsala AB
2007
November 26

2007: Rölli premiere in Finland
2004
November 26

2004: AMO Oy 40 years
2002
November 26

2002: AMO Oy was founded when Lelumyynti and Agerex merged
1999
November 26

1999: Distribution of Nintendo is started
1997
November 26

1997: The first Treasure Book is published
1992
November 26

1992: Distribution of Babyborn in Finland
1988
November 26

1988: Ky Lelumyynti becomes Lelumyynti Oy  
1983
November 26

1983: Starts to distribute Nikko in Finland
1978
November 26

1978: The affiliated company Agerex Oy is founded
1965
November 26

1965: Lelumyynti Ky is founded
1964
November 26

1964: The Stjernvall estate sells the toy wholesale company to Mr Timonen
1960
November 26

1960: Johan Stjernvall imports toys to Finland by licence
1958
November 26

1958: Hugo Timonen founds the Hobbi-Soppi sales outlet