A new business area, a new catalogue of certified equipment and a collection of medical clothing developed specifically to be presented at Medica Trade Fair. The Portuguese company Unifardas will be one of the newcomers at the Dusseldorf fair, and carries in the luggage a handful of novelties, with which it hopes to attract buyers from the German market and from all over Europe.
In the first months of the pandemic, Unifardas was one of the companies that stood out for how quick it responded to the lack of protective equipment. Next November, the company will travel to Dusseldorf to be present at the main European health equipment fair.
“All the knowledge acquired during this period is very valuable for us. We learned which the most suitable products were. In addition to the constant product certification linked to the health area, we are also involved in some projects that will solidify our position in this department”, explains Bruno Azevedo, the brand’s Marketing Manager. “Our participation in Medica is also a sign that we are very involved,” he adds.
At Medica Trade Fair, Unifardas is one of the debutants of the From Portugal entourage, organized by Associação Selectiva Moda. Like the other Portuguese brands present, Unifardas will seek to stand out by showcasing new products: protective equipment certified by CITEVE and a new collection of medical clothing.
“The concept of this new collection, which is still in a development phase, is centred on the extreme comfort we want to provide to the user. Comfort, innovation, elegance, differentiating details and a more casual style will be part of this new collection ”, explains Bruno Azevedo, adding that the company reinforced its design team to develop these new models.
Focused on increasing its presence in European markets, such as Germany, France and Spain, Unifardas will be one of the newcomers that will strengthen the From Portugal entourage at the next Medica Trade Fair. In this next edition, scheduled for November 16th to the 19th, Portugal will be represented by a large number of companies, occupying three times more space than in previous editions.