Whether your lab is moving within the same building, across town, or across the country, organizing a move of any size can be a stressful and complicated process. Having a lab relocation checklist and following some of the key steps below will ensure the relocation of your laboratory and lab equipment goes as smoothly as possible. We here at The Lab World Group specialize in helping you draft a plan to keep everyone on the same page.
Starting your own lab is no small task. While these days, many research and development centers are associated with already well-established organizations such as the Mayo Clinic for example, there are still many laboratory entrepreneurial ventures that hope to grow into a full-fledged business. But where to begin?
Choosing to purchase refurbished laboratory equipment is one way to stretch your laboratory budget. Used lab equipment can usually save a purchaser about half the cost of a brand new piece of equipment. Not only is purchasing second hand or reconditioned laboratory equipment better for your bottom line, it’s also better for the environment, as it keeps these products out of landfills.
Whether you are the manager of a facility that is moving to a new location, or the new owner of a piece of used laboratory equipment, the laboratory moving services provided by The Lab World Group are the most secure and reliable methods to transport your sensitive equipment and temperature-sensitive samples.