In 1950, Nicolaas (Nick) Quint founded a trading company for small baby products in The Hague The Netherlands.
Subsequently he began importing renowned European brands. In the 60s, Nick Quint introduced his own label of (baby) care products: Quinny! Quint bought a leading Dutch manufacturer of wooden playpens and extended the collection with textiles and baby room decorations. The team grew: enter Quint’s sons Peter, Dick en Mark. Now a family business, Quinny began its focus on product development and innovation. In 1989, the first Quinny buggies and strollers hit the streets.
In 1997 the sporty, foldable Jogger was Quinny’s international breakthrough. Better styling and colouring, combined with inflatable tires, put Quinny ahead of its competition. Quinny earned considerable market share in Europe and is now an established lifestyle brand. After joining the Dorel group in 2001, the stroller segment was restructured and Quinny became a leading stroller brand with global recognition and distribution.