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There are millions of reasons to trust Computype with all of your labware container prepping activities
We partner with labware manufacturers, distributors, and contract procurement organizations to provide our customers with a streamlined solution for already-prepped labware. We supply millions of pieces annually, as many organizations already trust us to source, barcode, tare, and pack their labware, allowing for ease of use upon arrival.
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Gain Instant Benefits
Many benefits flow into your organization when you receive labware that is fully prepped by Computype:
- Allowing Computype to source your labware leads to a reduction in processing times, paperwork, and inventory, which ultimately boosts efficiencies
- Trusting Computype to barcode your labware frees up personnel for more productive research activities, whilst reducing the risk for repetitive strain injuries
- Barcode Sequence Management Services ensure unique identification for each sample, which saves time, effort, and costs
- Precision barcoding &/or placement guarantees scannability to ensure proper communication with your automation system
- Improve delivery times & maintain proper chain-of-custody for you and your customers when utilizing our labware kitting and packing services
Sourced, barcoded, tared, and packed labware ready to use upon delivery via our READY Labware Service Program
With Computype you'll receive your labware pre-barcoded via the best technology to suit your application needs. Sourced, barcoded, tared, and packed according to your specifications, delivered to your door or to your customer's location.
This convenient, modular program adds up to time saved, and more of your resources focused where they matter most: on research, development, and testing. READY Labware Services offer labware that’s ready when you are.
Advice from Computype's expert
When implementing a new process that will require labeling your containers, be sure to document in your SOP what temperature and chemical conditions your label will need to survive.
-David Richmond, Regional Manager, Healthcare