Advertorial: A new child seat manufacturer entered the market this year. What is interesting about it is that the company, which takes its chances in Ulm, has a very experienced team in the field of child safety. AVOVA follows its declared goal – to produce safety without compromise, i.e. perfect child seats that are suitable for everyday use without any frills.

AVOVA presents itself for the first time at the Kind + Jugend trade fair in Cologne (Stand 10.2 / A-011). New faces from the industry will certainly show up here and inspect the new seats. As a real new company, the German manufacturer has exclusively developed all seats according to the new European test standard ECE R-129. These include a combination seat for toddlers and children that meets the i-Size standard.


AVOVA starts with the latest standards right at the beginning and manufactures all child seats in the Swabian town of Ulm, in other words – really made in Germany.

A delightful detail: AVOVAs child seats all bear the bird names that match the little bird in the brand logo. In general, the seats have a pleasant simplicity. AVOVA also lives up to its own claim of concentrating on the essentials in its design language: Top quality for the best possible protection for children in the car.

It was heard from insiders that even the boss himself helps with the assembly when a helping hand is needed. The boss is Manfred Held, who has been developing and producing child seats for more than 30 years. It’s impressive that his daughter was already driving in a car with him in his first seats. And today it is his granddaughter who visits his grandpa in the office and receives her new child seat.

Manfred Held and his team share the same spirit. Everyone is courteous, polite and passionate about child safety. And you can feel how important human closeness is to everyone. In addition to the technical expertise, the team attaches great importance to reliability, commitment, the highest quality standards for itself and being approachable.

We can, therefore, look forward to seeing how AVOVA develops in the market. In the end, the customers decide whether this chick will become a proud bird.

Image: Avova GmbH