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Smart Scientists Order Online at LGC Standards’ Webshop

Published: Thursday, October 25, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, October 25, 2012
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Webshop featured over 30,000 products.

LGC Standards’ webshop, featuring over 30,000 products, represents the most comprehensive source of online reference materials available.

Webshop registrations have increased by almost 300 % in the last four months.

Customers can search the webshop quickly and easily, and enjoy the convenience and flexibility of being able to order 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To join this growing group of smart scientists, visit www.lgcstandards.com.

Pharmaserve NW, a contract manufacturing site, is one company that has benefitted from using the website, as QC analyst Ainsley Eustace explained: “We purchase reference standards and impurities, particularly steroids as we produce a lot of inhalers, to use for QC testing of our products. Before the launch of the LGC Standards’ webshop, we would have to phone the Company to enquire about the price of the product, raise a purchase order, and then call back to actually complete the ordering process. Now, we can locate the item we need quite simply by searching the webshop for either the item number or a product description, check the price and place an order, all without making any phone calls. Everything is so much quicker and easier using the webshop.”


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