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Distribution Company Focuses on Reagents for the UK Market
Jan 28 2010 Read 850 Times
This month has seen the launch of 2BScientific, a specialist immunological reagents distributer which aims to proactively identify customers and promote each product range, whilst also seeking out new reagents required by researchers. The Company will also offer customers easy access to technical support.
The business has been founded by brothers James and Tim Bernard who have over 24 years’ experience in the life science industry, including owning and successfully running Serotec, the research antibodies company, for over 20 years. The launch of 2BScientific also sees the appointment of Mr James Bernard as its first CEO. “I’m thrilled to be working with my brother on this exciting new project. I believe that together we can offer an approach to distribution that will benefit both researchers and supplier companies. We appreciate how important it is for researchers to access the very latest high quality reagents at affordable prices, backed up by sound technical support,” he said.
Leanne Daly, Sales and Marketing Director, Symansis, commented: “We are pleased to be working with 2BScientific and are excited by their approach. The benefits they can offer fit perfectly with our business model and
philosophy of delivering high quality products that meet researchers’ needs and providing good customer service and technical back-up.”
Through its 2BProtected scheme, 2BScientific is supporting the British Bee Keepers Association by donating £1 for each order placed by customers, which will go towards funding for research projects aiming to reverse the decline of the bee population. For further information about the British Bee Keepers Association, please visit www.britishbee.org.uk.
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