The year was 1998. Designers Radek Hegmon and David Karasek are busy promoting their design of street furniture. It's all going fine but using external companies to manufacture is causing delays. This led to the birth of kovocité (now Egoé kovo) headquartered at Bílovice 519. These circumstances surrounding its origin are also part of our DNA. We will gladly partner and consult with you just as your idea is born, when modifying drawings and all the way to the complete manufacturing process of your product.
We provide comprehensive supply. From the initial idea consultation, modification of drawing documentation through production, logistics and assembly to complete service. Worldwide. Drawing on years of experience, our domain is the complexity of the process of design, development and production.
Brands such as mmcité1, mmcité + Egoé, Aita, Kompan and more. Their products can be found from Dubai to the Himalayas. Whether it concerns a shelter, street furniture, a children's playground or outdoor furniture, they all bear our signature.
Boundaries can’t impede us. We can - if necessary - get a hold of materials from around the world. But we generally prefer to utilize regional resources. Though we work with external experts too, we mainly rely on our own qualified staff.
While appreciating traditions, we build on honest craftsmanship. At the same time, we are moving forward and constantly monitoring trends. We engage in developing new materials, and concepts such as the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 are not alien to us. We regularly invest in cutting-edge technologies.
We use our own digitized information system for managing the production and control process. We monitor and manage the production of all components, and we work with PC-live data and QR codes. Thanks to this in particular, we can implement up to 5,000 purchase orders per year and deliver them anywhere in the world within agreed deadlines and in superb quality.
We realize that we are not alone here. Our long-term goal is reducing our carbon footprint to a bare minimum. We follow a simple motto: "What we take from nature, we return to nature." We are working on a qualitatively comparable European alternative to tropical wood, applying sustainable production and maximum consumption of waste material.