British Pavilion to Debut Multiple Products at Global Pet Expo



PetQuip, the UK pet trade association, is organizing the British exhibitor group at Global Pet Expo for the eighth consecutive year. Global Pet Expo takes place March 21-23 in Orlando, Fla. PetQuip is part of The Federation of Garden & Leisure Manufacturers and has built up close contacts within the North American market since its establishment 55 years ago.


In addition to supporting the UK pet product exhibitors, the PetQuip association is organizing and manning a British petcare information booth (#1270) for the benefit of visiting buyers. The company has also published the PetQuip Buyers’ Guide, which includes a directory of members’ product ranges, and copies will be available to all buyers visiting the PetQuip stand.


Among the many new products being launched by leading British suppliers at Global Pet Expo are luxury dog accessories, a range of pet treats and coats, pet cleaning and hygiene products, flea and bug repellents, chicken coop safety features and pet treat packaging.


The British companies and their products are as follows:



ChickenGuard (Booth #1173) is a manufacturer of products for the backyard chicken owner.  The company is well-known for its ChickenGuard range of automated chicken coop door openers that provide protection against predators. ChickenGuard has been upgraded with new features requested by chicken owners, and three models of a new door kit have been developed to complement the ChickenGuard unit.



CarPET - Pet Hair Remover (Booth #1167) has gained worldwide acceptance by retailers in the pet, motor, caravan and equestrian sectors. The company has chosen Global Pet Expo to launch a practical and effective cleaning product for dogs, cats, horses, rabbits and other pets. The latest addition will complement its existing pet hair remover products.



Group55 (Booth #1266) is a manufacturer of pet care hygiene products. The company has a state-of-the-art facility that includes development and testing laboratories that support a highly skilled, multidisciplinary team working with retailers and brand owners in more than 50 countries around the world. The firm delivers full turnkey solutions including NPD, benchmarking, market insights, testing, regulatory services, manufacturing, brand development, marketing and product training.



Law Print and Packaging (Booth #1169) produces a wide range of bags for pet treats and foods, and is showcasing its latest packaging innovations for retailers that include the Pavlov's Treat Bag. It will also introduce bespoke pet food packaging for brand owners and manufacturers. The company has a dedicated team of specialists that spans the entire packaging supply chain including design, print, quality assurance and international logistics.



Teddy Maximus (Booth #1268) is showing its range of Teddy Maximus luxury British dog accessories products. The line includes a dog carrier that also doubles as a travel bed. The company also has a complementary range of bow ties, toys, coats, beds, neckerchiefs, collars and leashes. This luxury range has finishing details such as solid brass fittings.



Trilanco (Booth #1272) is known for its ranges of pet care, healthcare, pet household and pet wear products. It stocks over 16,000 products with new lines being added on a regular basis. Trilanco is showcasing new ranges at Global Pet Expo, including pet treats, coats and pet care goods from leading brands such as Country Pet, Easidri, Furminator, Mark and Chappell, Ralph & Co, Waterless and many more.



PetQuip (Booth #1270) is the International Trade Association of Pet Equipment Suppliers. The PetQuip team assists and promotes the development of international trade in the pet equipment sector, providing a catalyst for business contact between UK manufacturers, suppliers and international buyers.



WildWash (Booth #1171) is showing its recently launched Pro Flea and Bug Repellent that has extensive eco-credentials. The product sources natural and ethical ingredients from around the world. It uses a blend of essential oils recognized for its flea repellent properties, while also deterring flies, ticks, mosquitoes and other parasites. This combination of horsetail, eucalyptus and nettle can be applied freely and liberally and is suitable for use on both dogs and horses. As an added benefit, the repellent helps to condition and brighten the coat for a glossy shine.


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