Koochie International to benefit from growing outdoor lifestyle trend with new office in Thailand – Specialists in outdoor playground equipment, outdoor fitness equipment and safety flooring solutions, manufactured to European, Australian and New Zealand safety standards
Koochie International – a leading brand of outdoor playground equipment, outdoor fitness equipment and safety flooring solutions – has arrived in Thailand and with it expands its global footprint to more than ten countries employing 180 staff worldwide.
Established in 2006, Koochie provides “total solutions” in the outdoor playground equipment, outdoor fitness equipment and safety flooring solutions sphere, working with residential developments, hotels and resorts, schools, park and recreation areas in both the public and private sectors.
“Koochie has a strong presence in Asia. Our state-of-the-art design facilities, R&D and 3D Auto-Cad are centred in India from where we service our global clientèle. With more people enjoying an outdoor lifestyle nowadays, combined with Thailand’s strong hotel and resort, and residential market, we feel now is the perfect time for Koochie to launch in Thailand and we are confident there will be a lot of interest in our outdoor playground equipment, outdoor fitness equipment and safety flooring solutions,” said Mr. Roben Dass, Chairman and Managing Director, Koochie Play Systems Pvt. Ltd.
According to WHO, 60% of the global population lead sedentary lifestyles, one of the most serious public health problems facing the world today. Fitness activities and an active lifestyle are key to a healthy and fulfilling life, and the concept of outdoor fitness is an integral part of the solution.
Koochie’s outdoor fitness equipment range is designed and developed by sports and exercise professionals to provide strength, cardiovascular, flexibility as well as balance and co-ordination training for all ages and abilities, and working closely with owners, architects and landscape consultants, Koochie create outdoor playground and fitness facilities that complement the natural landscape. And being innovative, fun and modular, Koochie playground and fitness products offer an added value to any development or space.
“Our team of designers work closely with architects and landscape designers of residential developments, malls, schools, hotels and resorts and municipal park and recreation areas to ensure our products complement the design, add value to the space and are safe,” commented Mr. Dass.
“Our playground and outdoor fitness systems are a revolutionary concept that meet all international standards in terms of design, aesthetics, product durability and most important, safety.”
Built to last for at least 15-20 years Koochie systems do not require any major regular maintenance and are suitable for all climates, and are certified to the highest European, Australian and New Zealand safety standards (EN1176, EN1177, AS4685 & NZS4486), the only company on the Indian Sub Continent to have received such.
“Our service and our products deliver value to a client’s development. For a hotel or resort, for example, the added value that a play area brings to attract families and children is incomparable, whereas for a pubic park or recreation area they tend to be a focal part of a neighbourhood, a place where families come together, enjoy the recreational play equipment and just have fun,” added Mr. Dass.Facebook.
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