Japanese Company Rengo Handling Nintendo Labos Cardboard Necessities

first_imgStay on target Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Trade In Your Nintendo Switch For a Better Battery (With a Catch)Controller Patent Teases SNES Games on Switch center_img Nintendo Labo is about to launch in all its cardboard glory in just a couple of days, and we can’t wait to get our hands on it. Now we also know a little bit more about what the product will be comprised of, especially its manufacturer. For instance, Japanese company Rengo Co. is going to be supplying the very cardboard that will be packed in with Nintendo Labo kits.The manufacturer is based in Osaka and is just one part of several companies that will be contributing supplies to the Nintendo Labo kits being distributed soon. In an interview with Bloomberg, the company representatives asked not to be identified because of the manufacturing being a private matter, but it’s big news since Nintendo has yet to publicly chat about the company providing the cardboard backing everything the Labo does.If you haven’t yet heard about Nintendo Labo, it’s a new product for Nintendo Switch that lets you use various pieces of cardboard in tandem with Nintendo Switch game software to create your own inventions, such as a toy piano, fishing rod and reel, and other various toys that you can put together on your own simply by using the system itself as well as its Joy-Con controllers.AdChoices广告Rengo is a massive company, and one of the first in Japan to start producing corrugated cardboard like the type required for Nintendo Labo. It also happens to be the third-largest manufacturer of containers and other types of packaging in Japan when it comes to sale, and it’s focused on Japanese production as far as Nintendo goes. It’s going to stand to make a lot more in terms of profit when it comes to its cardboard sales, especially since Nintendo Labo stands to make a ton of money when it launches April 20.last_img

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