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kbiosystems Ltd UK Custom Project Division See Sharp Increase in Business

Published: Thursday, January 02, 2014
Last Updated: Thursday, January 02, 2014
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Company has seen an increase in the number of custom automation projects globally with the added benefit of entering in to new market sectors.

John Woodford, Director of kbiosystems Ltd, who is spearheading the changes, commented “Over the last few years our business has grown and the markets we now serve have. We continue to provide standard products for the Life Sciences industry with some exciting new products due for launch in 2014, our custom project division are working in differing industries to those we did in the past. These industries include Biofuels, Diagnostics and the Optical Lens production, third party OEM and full production automation both large and small”.

Although the projects worked on have all been under non-disclosure agreements, the diversity of requirements highlights the expertise kbiosystems Ltd have in house to adapt to the ever changing needs of the clients.

John Woodford, who heads up this division and part owner of kbiosystems Ltd says “Our key strength is the ability to take a concept from our clients and provide them with a detailed plan of the end product designed from our own design department. With a manufacturing workshop, having recently had a £250,000 investment, we are able to provide our clients with a solution that exceeds their expectations”. He adds “We pride ourselves on designing and engineering solutions that are robust and stand the test of time. Many products are still working from our early days. The after sales care is second to none and believe in building long lasting relationships with customers that culminates in repeat and referred business”.


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