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Sigma-Merck and LabSuit join hands to provide labs with an improved chemicals purchasing experience

After a long waiting, we are happy to announce a collaboration between LabSuit and Sigma-Merck!
To begin with we say a big Thank You to the Israeli Merck Group team and german team altogether!
This milestone brings Merck's products catalog into the Labsuit Vendor platform.
Starting today, all lab members that have been using the LabSuit platform to manage lab inventory and requests are able to browse thousands of Merck products without their leaving their favorite lab management tool.  

  • Real-time availability from Rehovot, Israel distribution warehouse 
  • All Sigma-Merck granted discounts are reflected in LabSuit 
  • Rich products data embedded into inventory items

Real-time availability

Sigma-Merck brings thousands of products available immediately from its warehouse in Rehovot. In order to take advantage of it, LabSuit has a "Sort by Availability" selector. With this control enabled, products that ship directly from Isreal show up first.

All Sigma-Merck granted discounts are reflected in LabSuit

LabSuit's vision since it's inception has been making researchers happy. This is impossible without displaying the most accurate prices to our lab member's community. Therefore, we build a software mechanism that is used by  Merck-Sigma account managers. They did a great job, updating labs' discounts at LabSuit. Now, LabSuit reflects all discounts that were granted earlier and provides accurate prices.

Better Inventory tracking with rich Sigma-Merck products' data 

Every product purchased from Merck is accommodated in LabSuit with all its rich and comprehensive accompanying data. Therefore labs' inventories become handier than ever!

When you click here, you'd be taken to LabSuit so you can browse Sigma-Merck catalog yourself!


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