Baby Car Seats Market 2018-2026 | Size, Share and Forecast | Credence Research

The global baby car seats market was valued at US$ 4,890.81 Mn in 2017, expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.4% from 2018 to 2026.

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According to the latest report published by Credence Research, Inc. "Global Baby Car Seats Market-Growth, Future Prospects and Competitive Analysis, 2018-2026," the global baby car seats market was estimated at US$ 4,890.81 million in 2017, expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.4 percent from 2018 to 2026.

Market Insights
Baby car seat refers to seats specifically designed to protect children during any vehicle accidents or collisions. Increased awareness of the use of car safety seats to prevent fatal accidents and injuries that support the growth of the market for baby car seats. The global market for baby car seats segmented into different product types and distribution channels and regions. The market segmented into booster car seats, infant car seats, combination seats and convertible seats by different product types. Booster car seats dominated the market due to the parents ' rapid adoption of seats for the safety of children. These car seats were further divided into backless booster seats and high back booster seats. In recent years, manufacturers have focused on new product development depending on consumer preferences for car seats. For instance, in 2018, Britax launched a dual comfort car seat that consists of innovative fabrics, has faster moisture absorbent quality thus keeping the baby clean and dry. Based on the distribution channel, global baby car seats market segmented into the online distribution channel, supermarkets, hypermarkets, specialty stores, and others. Among these, e-commerce expected to witness the fastest growth during the forecast period. This is mainly due to the preference for online shopping among the population across the globe. Companies such as Newell Brands expanded their online platforms for consumers who prefer online shopping in 2017.

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Based on geography, Europe was the leading region in terms of value and volume during 2016-2017. In developed countries such as the U.S., Canada, Germany, and France, among others, there are strict government regulations for the safety of children of two years and above. Therefore, concerns towards safety and protection among the parents are aiding the demand for seats in recent years. In California, for example, authorities have placed a mandate for children under the age of eight to have a car seat during car travel. Violation of such rules results in a fine of $100 to $250 or restricted from using any taxi or van. However, inadequate promotion and awareness towards child safety in developing countries such as China, India among others possess a major restrain to the global baby car seats market growth. For instance, awareness regarding baby car seats in China is very thus resulting in a number of car accidents. In 2014, Safe Kid, which is a global organization, set up by U.S. Children’s National Medical Center offered training regarding proper installation of the baby car seats collaborating with General Motors in order to raise awareness among the Chinese people. Thus, such efforts expected to generate opportunity in the China market during the forecast period.

Manufacturers adopt product innovation as one of the strategies to meet customer requirements. For example, in 2018, Hong Kong-based Goodbaby International Holdings Limited introduced Cybex Sirona M with Sensor Safe 2.0 technology, which is a convertible baby car seat with a synchronized smartphone. These seats alert the driver when the child has unbuckled him/herself during the journey or when the vehicle becomes too cold or hot for the child. In addition, a Sensor Safe app provided with the product provides proper demo videos or instruction manuals to ensure the correct use of car seats. Some of the major and leading players operating in the global baby car seats market are Brevi Srl, Britax Group Limited, Clek Inc.,Cossato Limited, Dorel Industries Inc., Goodbaby International Holdings Limited, Artsana Group, Jane Group, Infa Secure, Kiwi Baby, Mothercare Plc., Newell Brands, Recardo Holdings GmbH, Renolux France Industries and UPPAbaby among others.

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Chapter 1 Preface 13
Chapter 2 Executive Summary 19
Chapter 3 Market Dynamics 23
Chapter 4 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Product Type 30
4.1 Overview 30
4.1.1 Global Baby Car Seats Market Value Share, by Product Type, 2017 & 2026 (Value, %) 30
4.1.2 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Product Type, 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 31
4.2 Booster Seats 31
4.2.1 Backless Booster Seats 32 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Backless Booster Seats, 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 33
4.2.2 High Back Booster Seats 33 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by High Back Booster Seats, 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 34
4.3 Infant Seats 35
4.3.1 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Infant Seats, 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 35
4.4 Convertible Seats 36
4.4.1 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Convertible Seats, 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 36
4.5 Combination Seats 37
4.5.1 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Combination Seats, 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 37

Chapter 5 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Distribution Channel 38
5.1 Overview 38
5.1.1 Global Baby Car Seats Market Value Share, by Distribution Channel, 2017 & 2026 (Value, %) 39
5.1.2 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Distribution Channel, 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 39
5.2 Online Channel 40
5.2.1 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Online Channel, 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 41
5.3 Supermarkets 42
5.3.1 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Supermarkets, 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 42
5.4 Hypermarkets 43
5.4.1 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Hypermarkets, 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 44
5.5 Specialty Stores 44
5.5.1 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Specialty Stores, 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 45
5.6 Others (Unorganized Stores, Independent Retail Store etc.) 46
5.6.1 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Others (Unorganised Stores, Independent Retail Stores etc.) 2016 – 2026 (Mn Units) (US$ Mn) 47

Chapter 6 Global Baby Car Seats Market, by Geography 48
Chapter 7 Company Profiles 75
7.1 Goodbaby International Holdings Limited 75
7.2 Artsana S.p.a 77
7.3 Britax 78
7.4 Diono Inc. 79
7.5 Graco Children’s Products Inc. 80
7.6 Recardo GmbH & Co. KG 81
7.7 Kiwi Baby Howick 82
7.8 Newell Brands 83
7.9 Dorel Juvenile Group Inc. 84
7.10 Brevi S.r.l 85

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