Surgical Holdings on the road, showing off our surgical instruments and surgical instrument repair service today in Blackpool. Exhibition runs until Wednesday.
Having heard much about Medica over the years, this year for the first time we decided to attend. Flying into Dusseldorf Airport was very easy from Gatwick for Daniel and myself and we were very quickly in the taxi with a Non English Speaking German, who it quickly became apparent, had no idea where out hotel was. With a bit
Through experience, we know the difficulties that can occur when trying to order new instruments. One i.e. Orthopaedic minor Tray at one hospital, can have completely different components to one at another hospital. Similarly, trays can contain different patterns of the same instrument, different names and so on. To ensure our customer gets what they want we can arrange Free
To cut costs, Trusts are looking to refurbish their current trays, as oppose to replace the instruments. Our sales representatives will come and look at trays that you may wish to be refurbished and quote on this service. The instruments will come back to you, as new. If you have a tray that is short of instruments, we’ll include this
Surgical Holdings are excited to announce that they now have distributors in New Zealand and Hong Kong/Macau. They will be distributing our complete range of instrumentation.
Downs Distributors are based in Auckland and Cemma Enterprise Industries, based in Hong Kong. If you have any instrument requirements and you are in these countries, please contact us for more details firstname.lastname@example.org
Surgical holdings are looking to extend their distributor network around the world, if you are interested in distributing high quality British made surgical instruments, please contact us for more details on our distributor packages.
Surgical Instruments manufacture is an industry that has been in Britain for hundreds of years. Our instrument technicians completed 7 year apprenticeships at McCarthy Medical in Basildon (formally Arnolds), which involved them training in different areas alongside an experienced technician, so they got a rounded skill base in areas such as soft metal working (tracheostomy tubes), artery forceps and retractor