Rollz Mobility UK has confirmed it will make its UK debut at this year’s Naidex.
The news comes after the Dutch-based company announced that its partnership with Topro in the UK would be coming to an end.
The company’s CEO said it is a momentous step in the history of the business as it continues on its international growth path.
Arjan Muis, CEO at Rollz International, said: “This is a significant step for Rollz International as part of the global growth of our business and in addition to promoting the already established Rollz brand and product portfolio, the company will also be representing products from the Saljol GmbH range in the UK.”
Adding: “Retailers will play a vital role in the success of our new business and we will be looking to engage with as many existing and potentially new retailers as possible over the two days of the show.”
The company also confirmed that it would be launching a number of new products at Naidex including the Rollz Motion Performance and the Saljol Carbon Rollator.
The new Motion Performance aims to build on the successful Motion2, as an all-terrain version of the rollator and wheelchair in one, which it says will enable the user to tackle terrain they may have previously been unsure about negotiating.
Also launched into the UK market at Naidex will be the Carbon Rollator from Saljol. Weighing 5.8kg (5.0kg without the bag) yet with a maximum user weight of 150kg, the Carbon Rollator has been designed to be as lightweight yet robust as possible and Rollz says it is the first rollator of its kind to feature a standard gear shift for increased safety and stability when travelling downhill.
Muis concluded: “We are delighted to be making our UK debut and launching such exciting new products at this year’s Naidex.
“The event will provide us with the opportunity to showcase our portfolio to end users, retailers and HCP’s, all of whom are vital user groups to us as we look to establish Rollz Mobility UK as a leading manufacturer and supplier of independent living solutions here in the UK.”
In November, AMP found out how Rollz planned to mirror its Dutch operation in the UK.
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