Enterprise Europe Network (Profile:BRDK20201013001)
Short description of advertisement:
A Danish company is looking for a manufacturing partner that can print on special shaped rotary knobs, used on an electronic breathing device. Production must be scalable upon request. The final product is marketed at athletes aiming to improve breathing performance by training breathing muscles.
The Danish company was founded in 2015, with a determination to develop a leading platform within breathing performance supported by an intelligent system for more effective breathing. In 2019, the product was introduced on the market as the world's first data-driven respiratory trainer. Nowadays, the company sells to more than 100 countries worldwide, mainly to athletes or people who want to improve their well-being.
The respiratory system consists of the physical product, the trainer, supported by a specially developed mobile application. The products consist among others of resistance wheels that provide adjustable restricted airflow. Depending on the selected training programme, duration and intensity, the user is able to select the most appropriate resistance level. The product's electronic unit contains pressure sensors and a Bluetooth transmitter. This allows the measuring of breathing patterns and visualisation on a mobile phone via the dedicated mobile application
The Danish company is looking for an option to change laser engraving printing to pad printing/tampon printing on a round plastic component called a drum. The tampon printing will replace the currently supplied laser print that has an undesired yellow/nicotine look. As a result the new printing technology to be used is aimed to improve the look of the product and the first-sight customer impression.
The company is looking for a long-term European partner under a manufacturing agreement, who can print in high quality and scale the production up with the demand. The amount on the purchase orders are flexible with a minimum capacity of 4000 prints per order. The Danish company will supply the drums to be printed.
For more information please contact Enterprise Europe Network Latvia.