For the next few months and leading up to the BSAVA congress in April, they will be running a campaign online to spread awareness of the quality of their veterinary instruments.
Launched at London Vet Show 2016 was a brand-new product catalogue, swiftly followed by a pair of very popular giant instrument posters! Not only are they a useful tool and quick reference for ordering items, but they are a great means of educating your veterinary team on basically ‘what’s what’! As we all know there are some fairly strange names awarded to certain veterinary surgical instruments.
It is becoming more widely known that the company supply a quality range of instruments without the cost that is normally associated.
The company often uses the tagline, ‘premium products, sensible prices’, and veterinary director James Towler added,
‘our aim has always been, ‘best possible quality’, as we’ve often heard the frustrations of veterinary surgeons trying to find a good quality reliable source. We then add a small sensible margin and our customers can’t quite believe the difference in price. One of our main hurdles has been getting across the fact that the instruments we supply comprise of the same materials and high quality workmanship as the most expensive you’ll find in the market.’
Besides great quality at a great price, more and more veterinary practices are now using the Bristol based supplier due to their fast and easy to use ecommerce website that allows customers to place orders using purchase order numbers that are invoiced at a later date. Customers can log in and place/repeat orders in minutes and view/download invoices 24/7. As a bonus, customers also receive discount codes and free UK shipping on all purchases over £100.
You can buy with complete confidence as most of their instruments come with a lifetime warranty and ALL have at least 5 years. This is backed up by a personable team that you’ll find friendly and helpful. They strive to make sure you are equipped with equipment you’re happy with and you won’t be greeted with any annoying machines when you give them a call!
Check out their website www.freelance-veterinary.co.uk or give them a call 01934 864280.