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Press Release, Press Releases - August 25, 2021

ErgoSanté expands its range of exoskeletons with the launch of the HAPO MS

Anduze, August 25, 2021: ErgoSanté, a technological player in the social and solidarity economy dedicated to health and well-being at work, is launching a new version of its HAPO exoskeleton, the HAPO MS, designed to relieve the upper limbs, shoulders and elbows.

Launched in mid-2020 by Ergosanté, the HAPO - a posture harness designed for anyone needing back assistance - is now being sold in about 100 units per month, 50% of which are exported. Its success can be explained by its original design, based on composite materials, which makes it a reliable, simple, effective and affordable product.
Based on growing acceptability and in response to needs observed in the field, Ergosanté is now launching the HAPO MS, specifically adapted for shoulders, in a context of working at half height. The HAPO MS is suitable for workstations requiring repetitive handling of objects, prolonged holding of the arms in front of the body or all "arms forward" postures impacting the members of the upper body. It can be used in many sectors: industry, distribution and shops, health, food processing, logistics, sorting.
The HAPO MS has already been used in several farms, particularly for milking.
Manufactured in France, in Anduze, the HAPO MS retains all the qualities of the HAPO range, in particular its accessibility, with a price of less than 2,000 euros excluding tax.

ErgoSanté will present its new products and ergonomic solutions at the following trade fairs in September:

- SPACE exhibition in Rennes: 14-16 September 2021

- Salon de la CONCHYLICULTURE in Vannes: 14 to 15 September 2021

- PREVENTICA exhibition in Lille: from 26 to 29 September 2021

- A+A Dusseldorf: 26-29 October 2021


Because despite the progress made by society, work in companies is generating more and more health problems, ErgoSanté is improving the working conditions of both able-bodied and disabled people, by bringing technological innovation to the service of the greatest number of people through tailor-made solutions.

ErgoSanté designs and distributes ergonomic equipment adapted to the specific needs of companies and their employees: its ambition is to offer the best technical solution to health problems in the workplace, including disabilities.

Created in 2013, ErgoSanté has 120 expert employees working in 16 agencies to support companies throughout France and, since 2020, internationally.


Press: Calyptus - Mathieu Calleux / Nicolas Hélin - 01 53 65 37 91 / 37 96 -