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Anachem Announces New Online One-Stop Pipetting Shop

Published: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Last Updated: Tuesday, March 18, 2014
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New look home page make searching and finding products quick and simple.

Anachem has announced the launch of the new One-Stop Pipetting Shop at www.anachem.co.uk. To celebrate Company will send users a delicious Anachem Smoothie when they register on the site.

The fresh new look home page with large images and simple navigation make searching and finding products quick and simple.

The navigation tool bar provides easy access to the information users need when making purchasing decisions and with added functionality the buying of laboratory equipment is now a whole lot easier.

The popular products section provides simple menus of specific product categories with logical steps for navigating and viewing the diverse product range and obtaining specific technical, part number, pricing and ordering information.

Users will find the helpful tools such as the Tip Selector, PipetteChecker, Service Certificate Archive and Videos and Technical Downloads are now only a click away.

The new Quick Quote functionality allows users to create a quotation request for any product on the Anachem web site. Simply search for the products users are interested in, enter the quantity they require and click the Add to Quote Button.

Once users have added all the products they need click the Quick Quote button and their request will be submitted directly to the Anachem customer services team.

The process is quick and simple. Users do not need to register - just complete a few simple details and add their own reference number.


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