Providing stylish, hygienic and cost effective medical furniture to healthcare environments across the world, Sunflower Medical will unveil its latest product ranges next month at Medica 2011.
Supplying GPs and Hospitals worldwide, Sunflower Medical’s expert design team create innovative furniture ideal for busy hospital wards, GP’s Surgeries and other healthcare environments. Their two new ranges, the Medical Notes Trolleys and the Ward Drug Trolleys are no exception.
Created with NHS guidelines in mind ensuring they are hygienic and practical whilst remaining stylish, the Medical notes trolley has been designed to have a higher capacity and incorporate more storage options than competitors, and also includes a useful fold out writing facility.
The Ward Drug Trolley, which is already listed on the NHS Supply Chain, was created when Sunflower Medical realised similar products on the market underperformed and were overpriced.
Both products focus their design on making use of previously wasted space and ensuring the trolley is easy to clean.
Speaking about the launch of the two products, Sunflower Medical’s Sales Director, Stuart Anderson, said:
“Medica is a great opportunity to engage with the industry. Our products are manufactured locally for the local market but, because of our innovative design and pricing, they are recognised internationally.
“From our research it was clear there was demand for product ranges like the ones we have developed but there was nobody offering such a professional and personalised service as us. We are now looking forward to meeting our client’s needs to perfection.”
Sunflower Medical already export their leading medical furniture across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, but at this year’s Medica the company will allow the company to expand their global reach.
Medica runs from the 16th to the 19th of November in Düsseldorf, Germany. Sunflower medical will be exhibiting in Hall 16 at Stand G10-4. Want more information or interested in booking a meeting email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.sunflowermedical.co.uk