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8 August 2023

A Polish manufacturer of medical, sports and casual socks is looking for cooperation under B2B distribution agreement and other forms of cooperation


A Polish company specialized in manufacturing of various kinds of socks wants to expand the geographic scope of the offered products through B2B distribution agreement and is open to other challenges that increase the potential and value of the company, including joint ventures or equity investments. The company's products have a number of innovative features that make them unique and attractive for cooperation.

The company was founded in 1989 by quality and reliability specialists from the Polish Academy of Sciences, therefore quality and innovations were always at the heart of the company’s culture and deeply embedded in its products. Currently, it is a renowned manufacturer on the Polish market and has been rapidly expanding in Europe and beyond. Company has own advanced plant.

The offer includes three different collections of socks. Medical socks are registered as medical devices in the EU. The company is the leader in this market segment in Poland and its products have already gained great recognition in many foreign markets. The sports socks collection is becoming more and more popular thanks to unique functionalities, attractive designs and healthy properties. The company also offers casual socks. They are not only attractive and colorful, but they also have unique hygienic properties.

The natural yarns used are: cotton, merino wool, bamboo yarn and modern SeaCell® active yarn containing Zink and an extract from sea algae. The synthetic yarns used are: Coolmax®, Thermolite®, Prolen® Siltex (with silver ions), Polyamide and Lycra®. They have unique properties that natural yarns do not have.

Antibacterial and antifungal properties are obtained thanks to license of the Swiss company Sanitized® or Silver or Zink contained in the yarns. All yarns have Oeko-Tex 100 certificates. The Oeko-Tex certificate means high quality level of textile material – they are free from agents, that adversely affect human health. Medical socks are registered as medical devices in the EU.

For more information you can contact:

Magdalena Zwolińska – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Opublikowano: 08.08.2023 11:32
Poprawiono: 09.08.2023 12:18
Modyfikujący: Paweł Sikorski
Udostępniający: Paweł Sikorski
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