23 April 2021
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Thetford iNDUS smart sanitation system wins Red Dot Product Design Award

Thetford’s smart sanitation system, iNDUS, is a winner of the Red Dot Product Design Award 2021.

Stéphane Cordeille, Thetford’s CEO, says: “We thank the jury for rewarding our iNDUS system. iNDUS is the result of many years of hard work of a big group of Thetford people. We are proud to receive this award and we are convinced that iNDUS will bring more convenience, more hygiene, and more freedom to many end-users in our RV market.”

The Red Dot is established internationally as one of the most sought-after quality marks for good design. The jury has been finding the year’s best products since 1955. iNDUS smart sanitation system in exhibitions, online, and in the yearbook iNDUS smart sanitation system can be seen in the online exhibition on the Red Dot website from 21 June 2021. That date also marks the beginning of the Red Dot Design Week, during which this year’s award winners, and hence Thetford, will be honored online.

Red Dot CEO Professor Dr. Peter Zec on the laureates: “The winners of the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2021 were particularly impressive this year. The design of their products is excellent, in terms of both aesthetics and functionality. It’s not easy to prevail in such a strong field of competitors and to win over our jury.

From 22 June 2021, iNDUS smart sanitation system will also be included in the exhibition “Design on Stage” in the Red Dot Design Museum Essen, where all of the award-winning products are showcased. Visitors to the museum can experience the quality of the designs in a space that features contemporary design solutions and historical industrial architecture. The Red Dot Design Yearbook 2021/2022 comes out in August. The publication provides a comprehensive overview of the state of the art and trends in product design.

Aboutcamp BtoB published a test of the Indus System by our Dutch contributor Jos Mark in issue 30 of its quarterly magazine.