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Unidrop is a one-piece, fold-down technology that provides superior locking performance without plastic inserts and guarantees easy installation for the short sides of the panel. Unidrop is the very first one-piece, fold-down technology that can be deinstalled by simply angling out one panel.

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Unilin Technologies is the intellectual property unit within the Unilin Group that files patents and manages their worldwide protection and commercialization.

Unilin Technologies also commercializes intellectual properties by granting licenses to different industries. Next to that, we offer an established sub-licensing program designed to help companies commercialize their own ideas. 

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Unilin enters into additional patent agreements with Classen, Windmöller and Shaw


On The 24th of March, Unilin’s IP company entered into new agreements with Classen, Windmöller and Shaw, which do not only reconfirm the historical patent sublicense frameworks with these companies but also extend the cooperation by allowing Unilin IP to offer protection on additional patents of such companies to its licensing base.

Chinese Patent Office confirms validity of Unilin’s Click Patent


In a 13 page decision, issued on March 24th, 2021 by the Chinese National Intellectual Property Administration (“CNIPA”), Unilin’s CN 101023230 patent was declared to remain valid. The decision follows an action filed by a third party claiming the patented invention lacked ingenuity based on several prior art technologies.


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L2C Label program

Unilin Technologies introduced the "License to Click" or "L2C Label Program" in April 2012 to identify boxes of flooring products that are given patent protection under a license agreement. Boxes that are not correctly labelled are considered to be unlicensed, even if they are made by a licensee, and will be legally treated as such.

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