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Scientific Laboratory Supplies Limited Announce the Acquisition of Wolf Laboratories Limited
Nottingham-based Scientific Laboratory Supplies Limited and Wolf Laboratories Limited, based near York, are both leading distributors of laboratory products in the UK.
SLS has announced the acquisition of Wolf labs which will enable the newly enlarged group to provide better choice and an even wider range of products to the scientific community. SLS are a full-service distributor of laboratory products, supported by an extensive technically qualified sales team. Wolf labs are a leading, predominantly web-based provider of laboratory equipment that pride themselves on the provision of immediate access to market-priced product information and great value for money. Together the combined group will offer complementary business models allowing both our customers and suppliers to take advantage of even more products and routes to market.
Commenting on behalf of SLS,Peter Chapman, Managing Director said:“SLS has grown significantly over its 28-year history through a solid commitment to people and a tailored, flexible approach to serving our customers. We have done this through maintaining an independent approach and retaining a personal touch that marks us out from our global competitors. To be able to welcome Wolf Laboratories into the SLS Group of Companies indicates our continued commitment to serve the laboratory marketplace and we are particularly excited to see how the unique business models of both SLS and Wolf can collectively provide benefits to both our customer and supply partners.”
Commenting on behalf of Wolf Laboratories, Sean Woodward, Managing Director said:“Both Wolf labs and SLS have excellent records in the provision of market-leading products to scientists in the UK and beyond. Within the SLS Group Wolf labs will be able to offer customers both a wider choice of brands and a greatly extended choice of product categories to choose from.”
Both companies will maintain a “business as usual” approach and retain all current employees. Their respective business models will remain separate as both organisations work towards their ambitious plans for future growth.In coming together as a group, they will continue to deliver increased flexibility, even more market leading products and a choice of business models which in turn will be to the benefit of employees, customers and suppliers alike.