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Gilson Launches New Online Ordering and Reference Website

Published: Monday, March 18, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, March 18, 2013
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New Gilson UK website with exclusive £99 PIPETMAN Classic offer.

Gilson has announced the launch of their new Gilson UK website www.gilsonuk.com.

Re-designed in response to customer feedback, the site features enhanced logic driven navigation of over 3,500 products and facilitates easier ordering through their online store.

Registered customers can benefit from 30 day invoice payment terms, users simply require a Gilson UK account number or alternatively order via credit card directly without the need to set up an account.

The site also includes a new online media library, packed full of product information, specifications, application notes and handy hints and tips to ensure customers have wealth of technical knowledge at their fingertips when they need it.

“We wanted to enhance the overall experience for our customers, making it easier to navigate and order whilst providing more efficient access to improved technical content” says Chris Wingad, Gilson UK’s Sales Director.

Wingad continued, “With our level of expertise and experience in liquid handling and purification, we want to impart as much knowledge on to our customers, to enable them to optimize their working practices, productivity and applications. Our new media Library is an essential reference site”.

To celebrate the launch, customers can access exclusive online offers including the PIPETMAN Classic for £99 and free delivery with every online order over £25.


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