Columbus - Indianapolis Area
The Dorel Juvenile USA Technical Center for Child Safety is located in Columbus, Indiana. Here we provide product support, develop best-in-class Child Restraint System technology, and rigourously test our car seats; many of which are manufactured and assembled right here in our Columbus plant.
Our location in Columbus, Indiana is part of the Dorel Juvenile USA division.
Columbus is a growing city of 44,000 people and is well known for its architecture. In 1957 J. Irwin Miller's Cummins Foundation offered to pay architectural firms of their choosing to help with the design costs for public buildings. Starting with public schools, the response to the new buildings was overwhelmingly positive. Miller's firm continued with fire stations and other community buildings. Visiting Columbus, one can see buildings by world reknowned architects like Eero Saarinen, I.M. Pei, Robert Venturi, and more. Columbus has several National Historic Landmarks and many structures of architectural note. Magazines and news shows have both showcased Columbus, its architecture, and its people. Columbus is a growing city, but is proud of its green spaces. There are over 700 acres of parks and green space, as well as over 20 miles of People Trails.
Portuguese association for child safety celebrates 25 years of continuous progress in keeping children safe and secure
The Portuguese Association for Child Safety Promotion (APSI), celebrates its 25th anniversary. Dorel Juvenile is one of the partners who have helped contribute to creating a safer world for children.