The company, based in the southern Italy, is an innovative start-up founded in 2014. The startup is the result of the union of an engineering company and a European incubator for new businesses, and nowadays they have already an international market.
They are specialized in mechanical and biomedical engineering as well as the prototyping and patenting products. Their main goal is developing highly innovative products, paying particular attention to comfort and refined aesthetic design, such as their super light-weight manual wheelchair for disabled people.
The wheelchair is realized in thermally treated aerospace aluminum :
• very lightweight and compact (only 5.9 kilos weight without the rear wheels)
• easily transportable, thanks to the fully tipped and lockable; so it is perfect for the transport by car or other means of transport such as train and airplane.
This wheelchair is equipped with three innovative solution, already patented:
1. variable-angle backrest adjustable by one click, that allows to the user's body has the ability to change position whenever it needs, so this improves the blood circulation and the breathing because there is a greater aperture of the diaphragm;
2. cushioned and shock absorbed seat, able to absorb the vibrations during the wheelchair’s motion, making it comfortable;
3. fabric push handles, carried out with nautical bands, provide an alternative to the classic push handles, because they allow a small encumbrance and a weight saving.
Finally, it is ideal for mounting an electric propulsion unit thanks to the adjustable cushioned seat and variable-angle backrest.
Changing the angle of the backrest, the posture is readjusted when the front part of the wheelchair is lifted from the ground to engage the electric propulsion unit.
The company, interested to widen its international portfolio, is looking for
• distributors with existing and documented sales;
• commercial agency agreement, in order to find agents to represent and promote the innovative wheelchair.
Due to exclusivity agreements already signed, Greece, Great Britain or Ireland are not eligible.