In the veterinary surgery or laboratory, you may need very exacting equipment for your needs. Either due to space or due to the need to have a very exact procedure in place. You need to ensure that your equipment is exactly what you need it to be.
There is also the need to ensure that the equipment that you get is of a high quality to ensure safeguarding for patients and staff. With that in mind, here are some things to consider when looking for a company to create bespoke equipment.
Find a company you can trust: With such an integral piece of equipment, it’s important that it’s built by a company which has been in the business for a period of time. Have they got testimonials from satisfied customers? Do they work to ensure the product is working as well as it should? How does the company fit within the industry?
Experienced team: While many businesses work well within the industry you need to ensure that the entire team has the experience you need to make the best product they can. Is everybody in the process able to respond to your questions and requests? It’s important that they are able to be adaptable to your needs
Knowledgeable about your industry: From the moment you pick up the phone for the first time, through to the end result, it’s important that the business building your equipment knows and understands your needs. Rather than just being a salesperson who is trying to get the sale, does the person who picks up the phone know what you need, understands your exacting problems and is able to answer your requests without needing to refer to somebody else
Convenient for you: Does the business manufacture in the UK? Are they are to decrease lead-in time by being able to ship to you from the mainland? It’s important that the equipment you are buying can be serviced quickly and easily by qualified engineers. Also, you can get the reassurance that the product you buy can be serviced easily and quickly, along with the fact that engineers can come and see your premises, and ensure whatever they create is ideal for you.