Analox ‘Advance’ their partner network
Distributor Spotlight: Advancelab, Singapore
Analox’s most recent partnership has been with laboratory equipment experts, Advancelab based in Singapore. The laboratory industry professionals supply reliable solutions to a range of facilities and hold a wealth of experience in construction from small scale renovations to multi-million dollar projects.
Advancelab have joined with Analox as a master distributor, offering the complete Analox laboratory range alongside their current product portfolio which includes laboratory furniture, fume hoods, laminar flow cabinets, wet scrubbers and a large selection of laboratory specific accessories.
The business has regional offices throughout South East Asia and prides itself on the construction of world class facilities that serve the scientific community, industry and research organisations.
When asked why they became a supplier of Analox products, Zubin Menon, Managing Director of Advancelab said, “We initially had a conversation with the Regional Manager last year and we were interested in the products from the beginning. Analox manufacture quality, and simple to use, gas detection monitors which compliment our current range of laboratory gas fittings, ensuring we can offer our customers a full range of equipment.
“We have a successful distribution network and customers in over 30 countries and across all continents.”
“Our business focuses on the customer and what they need, we also believe in delivering a quality service and building lasting relationships with our clients, we hope our relationship with Analox is a long and successful one.”
Becca Dodds, Regional Account Manager, said “Advancelab are a perfect fit to be distributing our gas detection monitors, as they’re turn key suppliers and offer a wide range of quality laboratory equipment plus a full construction and build service, proving they really understand the industry and what customers need.
“We look forward to working with the team at Advancelab and hope to support them in many of their future projects.”