Bringing innovation, dynamism and unity to the Turkish optical industry, SILMO Istanbul welcomed optical professionals from the MENA region to the Istanbul Expo Center, from 21 to 24 November 2019.Read Article
The International SILMO Istanbul Optical Fair proved, last year, that it has become an indispensable exhibition of the optical sector in a short time. With its geographical location, Istanbul showed to be an indispensable part of the optical trade with its role as a bridge between Europe, the Balkans, the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa.
This Year, the 6th of the fair strengthened its position sector with confident steps, by growing, and put a signature to many innovations !
Imaginative designer, Akira Ishiwatari, and raised in Tokyo, first started working in an optician store age twenty years old. Akira has over 30years’ experience working with glasses. Arguably the most interesting aspect of an optician’s work is actually creating lenses fitting lenses into certain glasses, making contact lenses, preparing special types of lenses such as bifocal or trifocal lenses. While the processing of lenses is technical, it also necessarily involves design.Read Article
A French designer and interior architect of international renown, Christophe PILLET is appreciated for his “clear expression, pursuit of simplicity and essential design.”Read Article
Our vision is UNILENS S.A. to enter in every wearer’s life and meet his everyday needs and claims. By investing in pioneer ideas, new technologies and in a high-performing workforce who are committed in heart and mind, we aim at continuous improvement and development. We work hard to achieve high premium products that secure and offer a better quality of vision life to our customers. A healthy vision is not a privilege of all people. Here comes UNILENS to help and ensure a healthy and active lifestyle.
Thanks to quick technological eye protection progress, our products not only improve eye health and vision naturally but also prevent vision defects.
The American Public Health Association has estimated that approximately 10% of pre-school children have a visual impairment without complaining about their vision.Read Article