Now the oldest son, Andreas, took over the production of samples, sales and customer service. The youngest son, Albrecht, joined the company and took over the production. The youngest daughter, Christina, was given power of attorney and from then on was responsible for shipping to Germany and abroad.
With the new range of articles the company flourished in the 60s and 70s to new heights. This in turn required ongoing investment in structural and mechanical engineering expansions.
However, despite the rapid technical development, production still follows the Erzgebirge tradition. Deviating from this, since 1955 almost only miniatures and toys have been made from natural precious woods, only a small part is coloured.
In addition to miniatures, gifts and souvenirs, more and more toys for kindergarten age and pre-school education have been produced since 1980. A big part of the production are small boxes and crates. These are intended for kindergartens and shops, but also for sweets and delicatessen.
Horst and Arwed Loquai, the 3rd generation, are following in the footsteps of their very successful predecessors (from 2010 as managing directors) and are guarantors for the continued best care of their customers.
In 2014 Loquai Holzkunst was able to exhibit for the 65th time at the 65th International Toy Fair
in Nuremberg (read more under Spielwarenmesse Honours).