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Greyhound Chromatography Launches Speciality Chemical Ecommerce Website

Published: Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 23, 2012
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The new website has been designed, not only to showcase the company’s 30,000 plus product range, but also to provide a search facility which enables customers to search for chemicals based on a series of scientific nomenclature.

Some chemicals have four or five different names across the world so a highly intelligent and thorough search facility was central to its success.

Greyhound, based in Birkenhead for the last 30 years, is a main agent and distributor for more than 28 scientific multinationals including Chem Service, Chromacol, Hamilton, High Purity Standards, National Scientific, Sigma Aldrich and Wellington Laboratories. 

Paul Massie, Managing Director of Greyhound said:

Quote:  “We are delighted with the new website.  Due to our increasing international trade a vibrant and comprehensive website is a must.  Glow New Media, based in Liverpool, supplied exactly what was needed, a fabulous site that we have total control of as it grows.  With access to over 350,000 products; including over 25,000 Reference Standards Greyhound's website is fast becoming the industries first stop for Chromatography supplies". 

Phil Blything from Glow New Media, said: 

Quote: “Greyhound now has one of the most powerful speciality chemical online search facilities in the industry. For a global operator ecommerce is a major focal point because, for the majority of their customers, the internet is the first and most convenient point of contact. Greyhound needed a robust, high-end ecommerce website to cope with such a large product range and scale of demand and we’re delighted to have been able to deliver that for the company.”


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