Developing business based on customers' wishes and needs has been at the core of Korpinen's operations for decades. Korpinen acts as a strong influencer and a socially significant promoter of accessibility development. Dive deeper into our story to learn more!
Enhance the value you offer to your customers with more functional and cost-effective bathroom designs that prioritize accessibility. By promoting the advantages of well-designed accessible bathrooms, you can elevate your business and exceed customer expectations.
Korpinen accessible bathroom solutions is featured in the recent Future Hospitals from Finland publication
ISO 9001 is the world's best-known quality standard, used as a management tool and to guarantee stability of operations. By applying this standard, Korpinen has increased confidence in the quality of products and services, as well as in maintaining and meeting customer expectations.
Väinö Korpinen Oy has acquired the business of Suomen Apu-Tuote Oy. Thereby Korpinen significantly strengthens its position as a comprehensive operator and service provider of an accessible environment. Väinö Korpinen Oy has been a strong pioneer for decades as a designer and provider of accessible and functional bathrooms. In recent years, Korpinen's product offering has been complemented by other assistive devices, such as patient lifters, support poles and functional toilet seats.
In addition to good cleaning routines, the right material choices promote the hygiene environment. Antimicrobial materials reduce the number of microbes on surfaces even before cleaning. The efficacy of antimicrobial materials on viruses has also been studied and the positive results provide an indication of its efficacy against a strain of coronavirus family.
The design agency Aivan has been selected as the recipient of the Kaj Franck Design Prize 2019, granted by Design Forum Finland
Gaius accessible bathroom solutions and products were introduced in Bygg Reis Deg exhibition – the largest construction trade fair in Norway on October 16-19.
In September, Finland’s first senior hotel opened its doors, in Espoo’s Pohjois-Tapiola. Situated in a forest-like setting, the beautifully designed hotel offers high-quality part-time and around-the-clock assisted-living services.