OIM and Tendo sign cooperation agreement

OIM and Tendo in partnership

Tendo AB has entered into a cooperation agreement with OIM Sweden AB to optimize and adapt Tendo OneGrip for market launch.

Tendo develops the product OneGrip, a glove with an integrated exoskeleton that assists people with limited hand function as a result of a spinal cord injury. Through collaboration with the product development company OIM Sweden, Tendo intends to develop and adapt the production of OneGrip to ensure that market requirements are met before launch.

-“We are pleased to be able to enter into a collaboration with OIM Sweden, which has extensive experience in complex product development in medical technology. With this collaboration, we achieve one of our goals, which was to provide a mechanical engineer and project manager. We have great confidence in OIM Sweden and together we will be able to ensure important processes in the adaptation and manufacture of Tendo OneGrip – ahead of the goal of market launch in early 2023”, says Sofie Woge, CEO of Tendo AB.

– “We are extremely proud and happy that Tendo AB chooses OIM Sweden as its product development partner. With OIM’s experience in MedTech and with our ISO 13485 certification, we look forward to continuing to develop OneGrip together with Tendo. The new business partnership with Tendo consolidates our position in Medtech and creates the opportunity to make a difference in partnership for people and the world we live in. We look forward with great confidence to the collaboration, which affects technology, people, and innovation on several levels”, says Ann Kryhl, CEO of OIM Sweden AB.


‍For more information about Tendo, please contact:
Sofie Woge, CEO, Tendo
Phone: (+46) 760 – 21 22 13
E-mail: sofie@tendoforpeople.se

Website: www.tendoforpeople.se

Short about Tendo

Tendo is a design-driven Nordic company, based in Lund, that develops robotic medical aid for people with gripping limitations. The first product is made to assist a person to grip, hold and release objects by pulling an artificial tendon – like a puppeteer. It’s specially made for people who struggle with everyday activities due to e.g. a spinal cord injury.