Danish multispecialist EET Europarts has partnered with QDOS, which among other things produces protective screens and cases for both phones and tablets. Most recently, QDOS launched a series of environmental cases, made from 100% biodegradable material: innovative products which foremost interested EET.
Since the overall service life of smartphones has increased significantly in recent years, the consumption of covers increased correspondingly. Often passed smartphones in the family, and the need for covers with a personal touch increases when the phone changes hands across generations. At a time when we more than ever brands a global environmental pressure, therefore, there is also tougher demands on the way we produce, and it applies especially electronics and accessories.
QDOS is one of the accessory manufacturers who have understood the importance of making their products environmentally friendly, why they this year have launched their first cases developed in a 100% biodegradable material. The new series responds to a demand in the market, as EET Welcomes now to live.
"In addition to QDOS generally known to produce both protective glasses and cases of extremely high quality, then tip the balance for us was that they now also have gone into producing products with a special environmental focus. There is no doubt that we are seeing a general increase in demand for more environmentally friendly products, and with the signing of the cooperation with QDOS we now have the opportunity to meet this demand in the market", says Allan Friis, Sales Director, Retail at EET Europarts.
QDOS is also happy about the newly formed partnership, which gives the company access to distribution throughout the Nordic and Baltic countries, thanks to EET offices in Finland, Norway and Sweden. "We are very pleased to start cooperation with EET Europarts. The combination of the unique product range of high quality developed by QDOS and EET's extensive distribution network built up over many years makes us fully confident that together we can create a huge success", says Susan Lazareff, Co-founder of QDOS.