The company, founded in 2012 and an expert in air quality monitoring, is present in more than 60 countries and its managers hope to reach the figure of 90 in a short period of time. It is precisely this commitment that has allowed them to “steadily” increase their turnover to 1.7 million euros by 2022. On the other hand, five more employees will be added to its staff of 23 between the end of this year and the beginning of next year.
The DHL Atlas Export Awards recognise those companies that “despite the difficult circumstances of the world economy, have developed high-value initiatives to expand their radius in international markets”, according to its promoters. In the case of Kunak, the said managers valued the innovative air quality monitoring system marketed by the Navarrese firm, which has earned it the aforementioned award for the “Most Innovative Export”.
In the “sustainability” category, the award went to Soltec Energías Renovables from Murcia, while the e-commerce export award went to B2B Big Buy. The “honour roll” of these awards was completed with Arteche, the Basque company dedicated to the manufacture of electronic equipment, which won the ‘Grand Atlas Export Award 2022’.
In this edition, a total of 141 Spanish companies submitted a total of 270 nominations, which is a record number of proposals in the trajectory followed by the awards given by DHL Express. Navarre, with 5% of the total number of entries submitted, was among the most active regions in terms of the number of participants sent to the competition. Here, the region was sixth, just behind Catalonia, Madrid, the Basque Country, Valencia and Murcia.
Source: Diario de Navarra