Buyers in Australia need to know how much to spend on a cheap infant carriage to see if it’s worth the money.
The baby carriage industry is in crisis after a series of fires, with the industry down to around 100 vehicles per year, with more than half of them older than the age of six months.
One of the oldest baby carriage brands in the country is the BabyCage Group, and a new one-off bid is about to be made to buy the company.
A baby carriage is a small carriages, usually powered by a petrol engine, that has been modified to be a baby carriage.
Baby carriage makers sell baby carriage parts and accessories for a range of ages from six months to four years.
This baby carriage with the engine removed and the wheels, doors and tyres stripped from it.
In a bid to get its baby carriage up and running, the BabyCart Company is selling a range for just $1,000, with a warranty of five years.
A selection of BabyCart’s baby carriage options.
“We’re currently in the process of securing a buyer for the entire BabyCart family of brands,” the company said in a statement.
The bid comes at a time when BabyCart is in a crisis, with three of its brands down to less than 100 vehicles each year, and the company in dire financial straits.
It’s not just BabyCade and BabyCages that are struggling, though.
BabyCades, a baby carriages maker that’s been around since the mid-19th century, is also struggling, with sales falling from around 1,000 per year in 2015 to around 200 a year in 2018.
Its parent company, the Australian Baby Carriage Association (ABCA), has warned it may be in trouble, with annual losses estimated at $5 million in 2019.
But while BabyCams are falling into disrepair, BabyCabodys are going strong.
And if BabyCabs are going to continue to be around, then it’s only fair to invest in the BabyCarriers.
There are currently around 3,000 BabyCabeys in Australia.
Some BabyCarrier companies have been in existence for decades, and there’s still plenty of work to do before BabyCars are on the road to recovery.
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