IMMI partners with car service 

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The new IMMI Go child seat is manufactured in Westfield and is currently only available for distribution to the car service and rental car industry. (Submitted photo)

The new IMMI Go child seat is manufactured in Westfield and is currently only available for distribution to the car service and rental car industry. (Submitted photo)

Westfield’s IMMI, the leading manufacturer of restraints and buckles for American child seat makers, is teaming up with the growing car service Uber to provide safer transportation for families with children with the IMMI Go child seat.

“This is a groundbreaking commitment to safety that Uber is making in the car service industry,” IMMI CEO Larry Gray stated. “Because Uber is providing parents with the IMMI Go, families who are traveling or using Uber for short trips around town will no longer have to carry their large car seats to secure their kids. It’s a perfect fit for the industry.”

The IMMI Go is a lightweight, safe, and mobile alternative to normal car seats, which also is designed to take up little room in the trunk of Uber’s vehicles, leaving plenty of space for travelers’ luggage. Uber’s Family Service will launch its Family Service program in New York City and expand it across the nation in the coming months and years.

The IMMI Go seat, which is manufactured in Westfield, is currently only available for distribution to the car service and rental car industry, as well as to emergency services for municipalities and state agencies.

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