Committed to families since 1932
1932: It was way back in 1932 when Manel Jané, challenged by his father Ramón Jané (a locksmith by profession), created the first pushchair for his son in Barcelona, and Jané was born.
1939: Pushchairs evolved and the first folding models made of wood and rubber were manufactured in 1939.
1950: Jané moved to Calle Cartagena (Barcelona) in the 1950s. The factory was growing at breakneck speed.
1960: The Royal pushchair with Benerón hit the market; it was the 60s and carrycots were designed in plastic with an adjustable fabric covering.
1967: Jané created and patented an innovative frame called “Janyplex”. It was the most compact folding pushchair on the market in 1967.
1970: By the 70s, Jané product lines included pushchairs, carrycots and a childcare line with highchairs, rockers and much more.
1989: Highchairs continued to advance with enhanced performance and, in 1989, the Tour GTI model won the Car of the Year award.
2001: The 3-in-1 Carrera –pushchair, carrycot and car seat– hit the market shortly after the turn of the millennium.
2003: Jané's commitment to child safety and innovation materialized in 2003 with the creation of the Jané Crash Test Research Centre.
2010: The Exo was created in 2010: the first car seat with Isofix and an advanced shock absorption system.
2019: Kendo, the SUV of pushchairs, was launched in 2019: solid, utilitarian and versatile for all types of terrain.
We were created to cover a real need for moms, dads and babies. And that remains our main objective today.
All of our products are carefully designed and manufactured to make life easier and more comfortable for families.
Our R&D centre works with cutting-edge technology to develop products in line with the latest trends and safety standards.