Univet 6X3, a super ergonomic highly scratch and wear resistant mask with exclusive anti-fog treatment, received the international Red Dot Award, one of the most important design prizes in the world. With 1,994 participants from over 56 countries, the Red Dot Award compares excellence from around the globe.
An important year for Univet, which continues its upward spiral achieving successes and collecting prizes along the way. In 2014 the company received the Best Practice Technology Leadership in the Eye Protection Industry Prize from the Frost & Sullivan Association for excellence and avant-garde technology applied to product development.
In just three years, Univet opened three new branches in the United States, Canada and Brazil and took part in the biggest events on the American continent. With a view to grow and expand, the company has taken on strong, consolidated markets as well as emerging economies.
Univet introduced the notion of stylish design to PPE. Attention to detail and research into ergonomics became the strengths of the models in the X-Generation collection, a line representing the move towards a new concept of design-oriented protective eyewear.
Constantly progressing and growing, Univet, alongside its research and development department, has a laboratory for product testing equipped with specific machinery to check and improve the quality of models.
Becoming one of two companies in the whole of Europe to have a laboratory, Univet is well aware of the importance and need to design increasingly competitive new solutions.
Now well established, Univet defined an important third branch of its business: the medical branch. The time was ripe to create a line of protective eyewear products specifically for the medical field, whose requirements differ significantly from the industrial field.