CooperVision has acquired EnsEyes, the leading supplier of orthokeratology and scleral contact lenses in Europe’s Nordic region.
The company will operate within the CooperVision Specialty EyeCare group.
Headquartered in Kolding, Denmark, EnsEyes has partnered with customers in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland for the past decade, providing customised lenses and professional education.
The acquisition, according to CooperVision, is expected to help accelerate the growth of specialty lens adoption across these markets.
Dr Juan Carlos Aragón, president of CooperVision Specialty EyeCare, said the company has collaborated with EnsEyes for years, including its use of MyProcornea for lens ordering.
“Joining CooperVision will give its highly respected team more resources for growth, further build the expertise of our organisation, and support eyecare professionals’ soaring enthusiasm for specialty fitting.”
CooperVision Specialty EyeCare develops, manufactures, and provides access to a portfolio of industry-leading soft and custom rigid gas permeable lens designs, including orthokeratology and scleral lenses to address segments such as myopia management, irregular cornea, and presbyopia. The group’s brands include Blanchard, GP Specialists, No7 Contact Lenses, Paragon, Procornea, and Soflex.
EnsEyes founder – optometrist and former CooperVision executive Mr Esben Nørregaard Sørensen – will remain with the company.
The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.