BRITAX RÖMER is a global company, with a total of nine facilities worldwide, all of them dedicated to the issue of child safety.
BRITAX RÖMER’s portfolio covers a broad spectrum of products and systemic solutions – from children’s car seats and baby carriers, to children’s bicycle seats and prams, plus complete travel systems for maximised flexibility.
BRITAX RÖMER was created in 1979 through a merger between the long-established British manufacturer BRITAX and its German counterpart RÖMER.
You can find more information about Britax Römer at their website.
|2020 January 29||
Bus and coach seating testing requirements | STCBC-03-03
|2020-01-29||2020-01-29 16:20:35 UTC|
|2017 October 19||
Lower tether anchorages: Status of the development of a standard | CRS-68-09
|2017-10-19||2017-10-19 09:28:07 UTC|
|2017 March 9||
Feedback from the CRS end-user workshop held at Britax | CRS-64-08
|2017-03-09||2017-03-10 09:18:24 UTC|
|2015 January 23||
UN Regulation No. 129: Q10 head vertical excursion | CRS-49-06
|2015-01-23||2015-01-23 09:27:22 UTC|
|2014 November 24||
UN R129 test bench using Hybrid III ATD | CRS-48-04
|2014-11-24||2015-01-21 14:07:17 UTC|
|2014 October 14||
Child booster vehicle seat fixture development | CRS-47-03
|2014-10-14||2015-01-21 16:24:07 UTC|
|2014 May 22||
Q&A on i-size child restraint systems | GRSP-55-38
|2014-05-22||2014-05-22 06:56:20 UTC|
|2012 April 17||
Booster Seats and Cushion: Investigations on Stature and Belt Routing | CRS-30-03
|2012-04-17||2012-04-17 17:46:43 UTC|
|2011 December 7||
Evaluation of belt guide and inflatable child seat systems | GRSP-50-25
|2011-12-07||2012-04-30 16:46:32 UTC|