Wildlife World has expanded its international distribution to supply innovative conservation products to 21 different countries globally. The Cotswolds based company serves the entire UK and Ireland to as far afield as the USA, Canada, Dubai and New Zealand.
The vast range of hand made wildlife items reach the majority of Europe with areas including Scandinavia, the Danubian region as well as France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland and Belgium having large customer bases. Wildlife World’s success on the international stage is due to the combination of the high quality and specialised products produced and the company’s efforts to raise awareness of the importance of conservation in all environments.
Wildlife World draws upon the knowledge of conservation and wildlife experts to create carefully designed, innovative nesting habitats for a range of wildlife in varying environments. Boxes and feeders for birds, hedgehogs, small mammals, frogs and a wide variety of insects are hand crafted from ethically sourced materials, including only FSC certified timber, at its Gloucestershire workshop and production partners before being distributed internationally.
As part of Wildlife World’s environmental commitment it actively involves itself in wildlife awareness through financial and promotional support to various nature and environmental charities including the International Bee Research Association, Wildlife Rescue Centres and the British Hedgehog Preservation Society as well as Butterfly and Bat Conservation charities.
The commitment to sustainability runs deep through the company and in a bid to minimise the environmental impact of the business all timber used is FSC certified while all product packaging is made from recycled cardboard. The sealants, stains and paints used in manufacturing are all water based to ensure that the wildlife is not exposed to hazardous chemicals.
James Allan, Sales and Marketing Manager for Wildlife World, believes the international growth is due to better education of climate change and environmental concerns. He said:
“Here at Wildlife World we have seen a significant increase in the demand for our wildlife products globally. As people are becoming more aware about the problems facing the environment through high profile campaigns they are also seeking to make small changes that make a difference in their own gardens. Our strong ethical guidelines and dedication to providing the most suitable habitats that encourage nesting and therefore conservation of species, makes us a first stop for any wildlife enthusiasts”.
Further information is available from Wildlife World on 01666 505333, by emailing: james(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)wildlifeworld.co.uk, or by visiting the company’s website at www.wildlifeworld.co.uk.