Jané was established in 1932 in Barcelona, Spain, and boasts over 80 years of experience in the pram and nursery industry.
Manuel Jané Vidal proudly created a pram for his newborn son, Ramon. It caused admiration among friends and neighbours encouraging him to build a couple of pushchairs, which folded up making them far more convenient. He took his creations to one of Barcelona‘s leading department stores and the first orders came through, just one week later, and Jané began to manufacture folding pushchairs, with many more product innovations to follow over the years.
Jané‘s design and technology innovations ensure that all products are designed for babies‘ health as well as safety. The company is committed to developing revolutionary products, which are protected by patents to produce superior pram and car seat equipment that outperforms the competition. Jané is one of the few children’s product brand names in the world that has its own child-safety research and development center. The center is one of the few such testing laboratories and it boasts some of the most advance technology in the field.
Jane’s and Unicef
Jané has teamed up with Unicef for the 4th consecutive year, supporting projects to combat Malaria in the Democratic Republic of Congo which unfortunately is still the biggest cause of child mortality in the country and which still counts for 7% of children’s deaths under the age of 5 on a world wide scale. Since 2010, Jané has contributed to the work of the Unicef organisation with an amount equivalent to the costs of nearly 100,000 mosquito nets.
Jané has reinforced its support by making a donation to Unicef linked to the sale of each pram from the range. When you purchase your Jané pram it will come with two exclusive solidarity wristbands “Jané & Unicef together against malaria”, to thank all the customers, since they form part of this initiative too.
To read more about Jané and Unicef click here.
If you would like to do more you can donate to Unicef Australia.