Kent medical training product provider invests in growth

Kent-based family-run business Adam,Rouilly – which has been supplying medical training products around the world for more than 100 years – is securing its future with investments in expanded facilities, new software, a larger sales team, a focus on research and development and a brand new website.

Since 1918, Adam,Rouilly has been working closely with healthcare professionals, hospitals and universities in the development of medical teaching models to support advances in clinical knowledge and training.

As well as being a distributor for a number of carefully chosen global suppliers, the company manufactures many of its own products, which are designed and produced in its purpose-built facility in Sittingbourne, Kent.

The expanding catalogue of task trainers features a full range of teaching aids for essential medical procedures, from a blood sampling arm right through to a full radiography skeleton.

Items are shipped around the world to upskill healthcare workers and train future generations of medical professionals.

A new website has just been launched, designed to make it much easier for customers to find and compare more than 3000 products on offer.

The website has a clearer layout, an improved search facility, more informative content, easier quoting capability and a live chat function with the expert sales team.

The sales team has also been expanded and additional staff appointed to implement new software systems to support the company’s vital research and development work.

Plans are underway this year to further expand both the Sittingbourne site and the production team, alongside efforts to minimise environmental impact through the use of solar power. 86% of the company’s fleet is now hybrid or electric vehicles.

Adam,Rouilly owner Michael Whitebread said: “Adam,Rouilly has always been known for quality and innovation, and we are still motivated by these core values today. We manufacture in the UK, with our models still being carefully assembled by hand, by skilled technicians.

“We continue to work with leading medical professionals and have a number of exciting products in development this year.

“We’re investing significantly in growth, with an even bigger focus on sustainability. Our high-quality products are designed to last, but we also offer a repair service.

“We’re really looking forward to further expanding the business and developing new products which not only serve medical education, but also provide solutions for improving our health and environment.”

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