The Evenflo® Story
For nearly a century, Evenflo® has been a worldwide leader in the development of innovative infant care and juvenile products. Evenflo® has developed a strong reputation as a leading manufacturer of high-quality products for babies and children. With this history comes the foundation of trust that we have established with parents to provide reassurance they are making the best choice for their newest, most precious family members.
We trace our roots back to the 1920 founding of the Pyramid Rubber Company in Ravenna, Ohio. Initially, the company was a manufacturer of products related to baby feeding. In 1995, Evenflo® Company, Inc. was created through the merger of Evenflo® Juvenile Products and Evenflo Juvenile Furniture Company (formerly known as Questor Juvenile Furniture Company).
From 1996 until 2014, Evenflo® Company, Inc. was owned by several different private equity firms including Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., Spalding, Gerry Baby Products Company (a division of Huffy Corporation), Harvest Partners, and Weston Presidio.
In 2012, both our bottle feeding and breastfeeding product categories were sold to allow increased focus on larger juvenile products such as car seats, strollers, high chairs, play yards and activity products.
Evenflo® Company, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Goodbaby International Holdings Limited. Goodbaby International is a durable juvenile products company that is listed on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (1086:HK). The Group designs, researches and develops, manufactures, markets and sells strollers, children’s car seats, cribs, bicycles and tricycles and other durable juvenile products.
Headquartered in Miamisburg, Ohio, the Evenflo® (and ExerSaucer®) Brand continues to operate within the Americas region of Goodbaby International. We strive to not only build our Brands’ success, we also strive to advocate for all Brands in the Goodbaby International family. We are the gateway for their success in the US, just as they act as our catalyst for global expansion.