Clients

We work with world famous academic institutions to blue chip multi-national companies. Our customers include:

Customer Feedback

“Excellent demonstration, installation and training support. Willingness to push to meet the required delivery date.”
Michael Collins, Senior Engineer, PALL Europe

“Friendly and non pressure sales approach. Willing to question, listen and advise on most practical solutions for our needs. Willingness to provide pre order technical support and proof of concept. Patience in awaiting final selection. Hiran (Sales Specialist) is technically excellent but provides information at multiple levels of audience understanding. He is very professional and polite and is easy to get on with and allows trust to readily develop.”
Phil Egan, QA Director, Systagenix

“Prompt responses to all enquiries, requests for quotes always dealt with very professionally. The training provided during installation was also very thorough.”
Stephanie Allen, Professor of Pharmaceutical Biophysics, University of Nottingham – School of Pharmacy

“Very helpful and good response to technical enquiries. I also like the ‘no pressure selling’ approach to demonstrating the benefits of the instrument. Overall I was very pleased with the service provided.”
Robert Sherry, Associate Director, Molecular Profiles

Customer Feedback:

“Provided excellent service during the purchase and installation.”
Conor McSweeney, Manager PAT Projects, Pfizer

“Demonstrate equipment well, good technical knowledge, quick answers to questions.”
Richard Holdich, Professor of Chemical Engineering, Loughborough University

“I have found Analytik to be a very responsive and knowledgeable vendor. Training, installation, qualification and after sales support have been very good.  I look forward to doing more business in the future.”
Neville Broad, MD, NWBSpectroscopy

“Great technical knowledge of product with honest appraisal of instruments function and capabilities. Always willing to find answers to customer questions – could not fault professionalism and quality of service.”
Danny Donoghue, Professor in the Department of Geography, Durham University