Rapid growth. UNYQ sells products to 700 prosthetic workshops in countries). Photo / UNYQ
The prosthetic company UNYQ intends to at least double its turnover in the next few years, but it has developed new technology for 3D printing of prosthetics. The company has, among other things, signed agreements that will strengthen the sales network in the United States.
Eyþór Bender, CEO of UNYQ, worked for the prosthetic manufacturer Össur before founding UNYQ and others this year 2014.
Eyþór says in a conversation in ViðskiptaMoggan today that he is preparing a listing on the London Stock Exchange, at the earliest this year 2023, but the listing will strengthen the company’s further expansion.
Eyþór says that the company’s plans assume that the turnover will be well over another billion 2022. The company has, among other things, agreed with an organization of former soldiers in the United States on the sale of custom prostheses printed with 3D technology.
“We are a pioneer in the development of 3D technology in the prosthesis market,” says Eyþór and explains how new software allows you to use smartphones to customize prostheses for users.