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UVEX WINTER HOLDING GmbH und Co. KG is a family-run enterprise, now in its third generation. For over 80 years, the Group’s business activities have been centered in the north Bavarian town of Fürth.
Ever since the company was founded in 1926, the uvex brand has been synonymous with top-quality and innovative products that provide head-to-toe protection for sports, leisure and work.
Our manufacturing expertise is built upon decades of experience and the consistent application of new technologies. The lightest protective glasses in the world, for example, the “uvex Super G”, weigh just 18 grams.
Most of our manufacturing work is done in Germany and Europe: uvex is “Made in Germany” by conviction and tradition.
In-house expertise and know-how ensure our products are of the highest quality and adhere to stringent safety standards. Research and development work into new materials and processes is also undertaken in Germany and forms an integral part of our company philosophy – protecting people.
We work internationally and get supported by a world wide distribution network of numerous subsidiaries and distributors.
uvex is a global partner on the international elite sports scene, providing equipment for more than 1,000 top athletes.
And naturally, useful feedback from these remarkable sportsmen and women in turn provides us with a great incentive for continuous further development of our products.
The uvex group heads up three internationally oriented divisions:
The uvex safety group, uvex sports group with uvex sports and Alpina as well as Filtral.
In the sports and leisure segment, by electing to market both uvex and Alpina products, we have chosen to operate a dual-brand strategy in the specialized retail sector. uvex is well positioned worldwide, while Alpina is primarily oriented towards the European market. The two brands are in competition with each other, thus permitting us to cast a wider distribution net. The large-scale retail sector is served by Filtral, which operates purely as a sales company.
German family-run enterprise
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