It's NEW, feature rich, a first in its class and it's almost here...MORE INFO
It's NEW, feature rich, a first in its class and it's almost here...MORE INFO
We want to explain the reasons for disruption in the supply chain, and to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to improve the situation.
This year has seen significant disruption to our supply chain in terms of the delivery of Far Eastern cargo into UK ports; often with delays occurring at short notice. We wanted to take the opportunity to explain the reasons for this disruption in the supply chain, and to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to improve the situation by factoring in increased lead times through higher inventory levels.
1) The Suez Canal Impact
It has been widely reported in the press and news outlets that 422 ships were recently stranded and hundreds of other ships diverted on a longer route to the UK and EU via the Cape of Good Hope, following the blockage of the Suez Canal by the Evergreen ship - Ever Given.
The Suez Canal is one of the worlds busiest trade routes and whilst the Ever Given was only grounded for 6 days, the blockage may impact global shipping for weeks to come with delays anticipated. There are many reasons for this;
• Severe port congestion – The UK/EU ports are already congested, and it is expected that dozens of delayed vessels will arrive later this week all at the same time. Next week it is expected that a further group of vessels (which travelled around Africa) will arrive in Northern Europe altogether.
• The compounded congestion will force those vessels to return late to Asia, thus impacting the rotation of future sailings which might depart in the next 4-7 weeks.
• European port congestion will prevent empty containers from reaching Asia, resulting in empty container scarcity.
2) The Rotterdam Effect
Due to the ongoing congestion at both UK’s deep seaports; many shipping lines are taking ad-hoc decisions to avoid the UK ports and offload the UK containers in Rotterdam.
This is happening without advanced notice or warning to our freight forwarders. Many UK businesses find themselves in the incredulous situation that their containers expected in Felixstowe have been offloaded in Rotterdam and then placed in a queue to be sent by feeder vessel to a UK port.
3) Slower Sailing Times
Usual shipping times are widely published; typically, the sail time from Shanghai to UK is 30 days. The standard sailing times from Far East ports have now been increased by the shipping lines and we are currently seeing increases of 10 to 17 days. These additional sailing days are as a result of;
• Congestion at Far East ports, when ships are calling at multiple Asian ports.
• Congestion at UK/EU ports.
• Trying to avoid further bottlenecks and more congestion.
• Trying to reduce fuel consumption and costs so they are slow steaming to port.
This situation and all the factors above are frustrating; we recognise the impact that these delays will have on delivery dates for our customers and our own stockholding.
Please know that our Purchasing and Logistics teams in the UK are working diligently with our Global teams to find solutions to help mitigate delays to our customers. We apologise for any disruption you may experience in supply and will keep you updated regarding any further changes.
We appreciate the business you place with us, and we appreciate your support and bearing with us during these challenging times. If you have any questions, please refer to your Business Development Manager and/or Sales Lead.
We took our BEST SELLING SCOOTER of 2018, 2019, 2020, made some excellent upgrades and now offer a premium model, The AutoFold Elite!!MORE INFO
New to the Drive range, the AutoFold Elite includes several new features to enhance the riders experience. A first in its class of remote auto-folding pavement scooters to feature Shock Absorbing front and rear suspension, designed to provide extra comfort for an exceptional ride.
The AutoFold Elite Scooter features a striking new design with a fresh metallic silver finish and stylish silver wheel hubs. It also includes a new Delta bar and removable armrests for additional comfort, it comes with a fob for remote controlled folding operation, LED headlight and a light up digital LCD screen.
For information on the AutoFold Elite, please click this link.
Exciting new developments for the community and long-term care environments are ongoing at Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare!MORE INFO
Investments have been made in the range of home care and residential care products ahead of emerging market requirements. With a focus on simplified solutions for equipment provision, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare have just launched their Bradshaw and Casa Elite ranges; two brand new electric profiling bed families that offer flexibility and choice, with cross compatible accessories and innovative modular designs.
The Casa Elite range provides flexible solutions for community, nursing and residential care settings. Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare have developed an innovative design solution which enables the aesthetic of the Casa Elite bed to be upgraded with a modular head and footboard design that encloses the bed actuators in a matter of minutes, transforming the overall appearance. This unique design allows for the head and footboards to be replaced and repaired quickly and easily should this be necessary, reducing product downtime during recycling, service and maintenance.
The Bradshaw range has been developed for home care, nursing and residential care settings and offers clinically advanced features whilst providing a comfortable and safe sleeping environment. Featuring an Auto Regressing backrest, the Bradshaw beds are designed to maximise resident comfort. The backrest section of the profiling bed raises and regresses away from the pivot point based around the sacrum; increasing the space in the sacral area to promote comfort, minimise shear and friction forces and support the reduction in torso compression(1).
Available in five different wood finishes, the Bradshaw bed fits seamlessly into any room décor and style. In addition, optional high-quality leatherette padded inserts for the head and footboards can be added. These are available in six attractive colours to compliment and coordinate with any interior and the unique design allows these padded sections to be added to the bed at any time or easily changed to suit different decoration requirements.
Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare have designed and manufactured the Bradshaw range of beds from their production facilities in Halifax, West Yorkshire, supporting the local economy where possible by sourcing materials and components from local suppliers.
Designed with resident safety and comfort in mind, these latest bed ranges offer a large selection of wooden and metal side rails; including the patented metal dipped side rails, developed to minimise excess pressure on the backs of the legs when transferring into or out of the bed. Compatibility of these rails across other Drive DeVilbiss bed ranges offers cost and stock holding benefits; whilst reducing training requirements due to familiarity with shared items, simplifying bed fleet management and maintenance.
The Bradshaw and Casa Elite bed ranges have both undergone testing to meet the requirements for medical electrical equipment and are compliant with EN 60601-1, EN 60601-1-11* and EN 60601-2-52.
“We have developed the Bradshaw and Casa Elite bed ranges with the aim of simplifying our bed solutions for our customers, without compromising on functionality, aesthetic or patient safety. By keeping our design and manufacturing in-house, we have ensured that quality and compliance are prioritised at each stage of development.”
Graham Turner Vice President International Product Management and Marketing at Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare Ltd
The Bradshaw bed range is available NOW, and Casa Elite range is COMING SOON!
For further information please visit the product pages below:
Full product demonstration videos are available on the beds;
(1)Role of Bed Design and Head-of-Bed Articulation on Patient Migration Kermit G. Davis, PhD and Susan E. Kotowski, PhD CJ Nurs Care Qual. 2015 Jul; 30(3): E1–E9.
*Type B applied parts compliant
From 1st April 2021 we are relocating our UK head office and registered company address to our Holmfield, Halifax site.MORE INFO
From 1st April 2021 we are relocating our UK head office and registered company address to our Holmfield, Halifax site. Our new address is;
Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare Ltd.
Sidhil Business Park
Please ensure that you update your records and all future purchase orders and postal correspondence is addressed as above.
For a copy of the offical letter please click the link below;
IMPORTANT TO NOTE;
Should you have any questions regarding the head office move, please contact your local sales lead.
The Theia and Eros dynamic pressure area care family have been developed with flexibility and choice in mind;MORE INFO
The Theia and Eros dynamic pressure area care family have been developed with flexibility and choice in mind; providing multiple system combinations to meet clinical needs. Moving away from a traditional dedicated pump and dynamic mattress system; Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare have developed mattress and cushion options that are compatible with both the Theia Digital and Eros Dial pumps.
With greater emphasis across industry guidance being placed on training and service standardisation; Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare have designed a completely interchangeable system that reduces clinical training on multiple dedicated pumps and dynamic systems, whilst also reducing risks associated with medical devices in use due to standardised training and competency programs. It is widely acknowledged that standardisation of equipment and the implementation of a standard competency-based training program helps to minimise errors and increase patient safety.
Providing 2:1 alternating therapy, the initial product release includes a Mattress Overlay, an Air on Foam Mattress and an Air on Foam cushion that are all compatible with the Theia Digital and the Eros Dial pumps. Drive DeVilbiss are planning future surfaces to add to this exciting range including a Full Air Mattress, a Hybrid Mattress and a Hybrid Cushion.
Theia and Eros are also fully compliant with the requirements for medical electrical equipment and medical electrical systems used in the home healthcare environment standards EN60601-1-11. The requirements of EN60601-1-11 address the uncontrolled electrical installations of the home environment, the lack of formal training of the lay operator, and their level of education. In short, the home healthcare environment requires that extra safety, communication and operational precautions are put in place, to prevent harm from occurring to patients, bystanders and property.
A full demonstration video is available for the range, you can view here
 www.cqc.org.uk Supporting Note: Standardisation 2011 (published 6th May 2011)
Following a review of the current extraordinary freight costs and the implementation of temporary surcharges we recommend suspending the use of our Recommended Retail Prices until the global shipping crisis stabilises.MORE INFO
Whilst RRPs are used frequently across our market they are always intended to be used as a guide set by ourselves as a manufacturer and distributor. We want to ensure transparency and fairness with all our customers and hope this allows for more independence whilst we are all impacted by ever-changing external factors.
In line with our recent temporary freight surcharge we will look to re-instate RRPs as soon as possible.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you have any questions relating to the suspension of RRPs please contact your Sales Lead who will be able to advise further.
As you may be aware, there has been and continues to be major disruptions in the shipping of goods across the globe; this situation has been ongoing since the early part of 2020.MORE INFO
As the market reacts to these unprecedented, fast-moving changes in cargo demand, the carriers have taken actions which have resulted in significantly reduced capacity within the global cargo supply chain; this has led to the goods shipping infrastructure becoming overwhelmed.
At this point in time, cargo volumes are estimated to be 60% or more above normal volumes and continuing to rise, this is causing severe congestion at outgoing ports across the world. In this extraordinary environment the purchase cost rates for container transport are skyrocketing and carriers have cancelled supply contracts with their customers, including Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare, forcing the purchase of container space on the open market. The open market rates are being charged at 4 to 6 times the regular contracted rates we normally paid for goods transport, and there are various additional surcharges and fees on top. Industry experts have recognised that the situation has caused staggering increases in costs for shippers (please see here).
For several months, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare has absorbed 100% of the impact of these disruptions. Now, however the disruption has got to a point where this is no longer viable. In order to continue to service our customers and ensure that our products get to the people who need them, we have no choice but to pass some of these additional logistics costs on.
From January 25th 2021, Drive DeVilbiss UK will be implementing a temporary and transparent surcharge across our product ranges. The amount of the surcharge will vary according to the impact of the freight increase incurred on each product. UK Manufactured items will also be impacted due to our parts supply chain; however, the surcharge will be limited to 2% in most cases for these items. Our sales teams will contact you with more specific detail of the cost increases over the coming days.
The temporary surcharge is intended only to pass on some of these unabsorbable costs we are being burdened with; as a result, Drive DeVilbiss intends to adjust the surcharge costs as the situation changes and discontinue the surcharge once this supply issue is resolved. We will update you on the situation in respect to freight costs on a monthly basis and be fully transparent to ensure that any impact on both our businesses is minimised.
We appreciate the business you place with us, and we appreciate your support and bearing with us during these challenging times.
Group Managing Director, UK.
For a downloadable copy of this news item, please click here.
We regret to inform you that due to a global steel shortage, we are experiencing a temporary supply shortage of 7/8” steel gauge tube.MORE INFO
This is currently impacting the supply of products manufactured at our Leicester facility (Welland).
Our Purchasing team have successfully secured a supply of the affected tube which will arrive within two weeks. Until then our standard lead time of five days for products manufactured at our Leicester facility, will unfortunately be extended in the short term to approximately eight days for the majority of products.
However, some product lead times will be extended further to an estimated ten to fifteen days. These are;
• 275 Rutland Trolley
• 114 and 115 Flat Ended Grab Rail Range
• 190, 191, 192 and 193 Belgrave Bariatric Commode Range
• 404, 405 and 406 Bariatric Perching Stool Range
We would like to apologise for the inconvenience this may cause.
Please be assured, we are working extremely hard to meet our standard lead time of five days and will keep you updated as to when this will be fully resumed.
For further information or assistance, please liaise directly with your Business Development Manager for updates.
Many thanks for your patience and understanding at this time.
Over the winter months the NHS is under significant pressure as demands for acute and community services increase with the onset of cold weather.MORE INFO
One of the biggest challenges during this time is maintaining bed occupancy levels to keep services running. This year the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to reduce further bed capacity especially in high dependency environments.
These challenges are recognised by Drive DeVilbiss, who are prepared with a readily available range of medical equipment, as well as bespoke community equipment packages to facilitate patient discharge back home or into a community care setting.
Drive DeVilbiss provide specialist equipment to meet the most demanding of requirements, offering rapid response times as quickly as 4-6 hours* delivered by their Nationwide service network.
With a selection of acute and community beds and mattresses, stocked in the UK and available immediately for despatch, as well as a significant stock of rental products ready to deliver, Drive DeVilbiss are positioned to meet customer needs quickly with a seamless service.
Offering bespoke rental equipment packages, from ward and community electrically profiling beds to more specialist equipment, Drive DeVilbiss can help customers hit their targets and maintain patient care!
For Sales enquiries please contact email@example.com and 0845 0600333
For Rental enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and 01422 233136 (24 hours)
Click here for information on our immediately available product range.
*Subject to availability
Our team have gone over and above with efforts to help support our NHS during the COVID-19 pandemic.MORE INFO
We have put together a video story of some of the ways in which we, as both an organisation, and as individuals have contributed.
We would like to THANK our COLLEAGUES for the part they've played and continue to play, and also THANK our wonderful NHS.
Supporting the NHS during this challenging time is very important to us as a company. We are doing this not only with providing our products and services, but also through supporting Food 4 Heroes.MORE INFO
Food 4 Heroes, is a charity which aims to ensure all NHS frontline staff are able to access nutritious and delicious meals for as long as the COVID-19 crisis continues. As of early May, they had provided an incredible 100,000 meals!
You can make a donation via this link.
£1.50 buys a vegatarian dish and £2 buys a meat dish!
Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare a key supplier of medical products, maintenance and decontamination services to the NHS is like many others, experiencing a huge increase in demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.MORE INFO
The NHS is currently experiencing a shortage of many vitally important medical
products to support the care of critically ill patients. Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare
are responding to the call and have increased production to support this at their
manufacturing sites in Holmfield, Halifax and Leicestershire.
Their UK production facilities are fully operational and are working tirelessly
around the clock to meet the ever-growing need for thousands of hospital and
home care products, to support critically ill patients in hospital, and also to
facilitate the discharge of recovering patients to recuperate at home.
Like all manufacturers, Drive DeVilbiss are hugely reliant on their supply chain
to ensure the provision of components and parts integral to these vital medical
products, and they have not been disappointed.
Suppliers have shown exceptional commitment responding to the calls for
continued and increased supplies to support Drive DeVilbiss and most
importantly the NHS during these unprecedented times.
“We would like to extend our thanks to all of our suppliers at this time, without
them and their commitment we would simply not be able to supply the vast
numbers of hospital and home care beds that our NHS so desperately needs. Our
UK suppliers have shown exceptional support during these last couple of weeks,
and we would like to highlight the fantastic work they are continuing to do; Hub
Le Bas Tubes, Manchester; TR Fastenings, Manchester; Bethel Rhodes & Sons
Ltd, Keighley; Thomas Brown Engineering Ltd, Huddersfield; Fisher Plastics Ltd,
Huddersfield; AAC Cyroma Ltd, Oxfordshire; Bright Screw, Leeds; JMT
Shopfitters, Wakefield and Ernest Gill, Halifax to name a few, thank you!”
“Our own colleagues working in production, distribution, purchasing, service and
decontamination, to name just a few of our teams who have shown resilience,
flexibility and determination to play their part to help the NHS. Thank you to
everyone for your commitment, not just to Drive DeVilbiss but ultimately for
helping to ease the burden on the NHS and other frontline services.”
Graham Turner Vice President International Product Management and Marketing
at Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare Ltd
For any enquiries regarding supply during this time, please
contact us at email@example.com
With the low footfall that you may be experiencing in this difficult and trying time, we would like to offer support to our retailers and their customers by promoting our Stay Safe at Home range.MORE INFO
Independent Living Aids help with simple daily tasks to increase the quality of life and independence of the user. We can provide products to assist in the kitchen, bathroom, toilet, living room, bedroom as well as helping to maintain well-being and a healthy lifestyle.
We hope that you will download the PDF via the link below and use it in your digital marketing activity, be it Social Media, Email Campaigns or a link from your website.
Should you be sharing the Stay Safe at Home Range digitally, please also find this banner, which may be of use for your campaign.
We recommend the currently tranding tag of #StaySafe at this time.
Don't forget that we can still offer delivery DIRECT to your customer's door!
If you are a Retailer with any questions or would like to place an order, please contact your Regional Account Manager or order online.
The first daily COVID-19 briefing took place on the 16th March, with the PM asking us all ‘to go further’, as the country deals with the challenges of the Coronavirus crisis.MORE INFO
We want to connect with customers and keep them up to speed with what Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare are doing to ensure that we continue to provide the quality of service our customers have come to expect.
Contact our COVID-19 ‘helpline’ set up specifically to answer your queries on how we are managing the challenges arising from the pandemic.
Click here or put the address into a blank email to contact the helpline: firstname.lastname@example.org
With home working being implemented where possible due to the spread of COVID-19, employees are now tasked with trying to be just as productive without their normal resources and routines.MORE INFO
Therefore, here are some 'Top Tips' for home working:
1. Keep your normal daily routine. Just because you're not commuting to work doesn't mean you should skip your weekday routine. This helps you to mentally prepare for the day ahead and gets you into the 'work' mindset.
2. Create a comfortable workspace environment that enables you to avoid any distractions and allows you to leave work behind at the end of the day.
3. Ensure you get some fresh air; you're likely going to spend a lot of time indoors. Open your windows to let in as much natural daylight and fresh air as possible, take short walks if this is possible.
4. Stay connected with your colleagues. If you work within a team, make sure to keep in touch. Besides email, it's a good idea to set up regular phone calls or use 'Teams' as an alternative to Skype or Face Time.
5. Fight the urge to multi-task. Don’t let chores distract you from being productive, you wouldn’t be doing them if you were at work. The same goes for other distractions such as the TV even if it's just used for background noise.
6. Prepare for disruption. It's difficult enough to get work done if you have children at home, but even harder with younger kids like babies and toddlers. Still, it's not impossible if you plan ahead and have some flexibility.
A woman with Parkinson's arrives at a dance class in a wheelchair and leaves the room an hour later pushing it...MORE INFO
We are pleased to say that The Knight Scooters are now in stock. To celebrate, we are revisiting the classic teaser and launch videos!MORE INFO
The founder of a mobility scheme that donates equipment to people in need has been recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours list for the work she has done.MORE INFO
Carole Gilson, who set up the Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme following the death of her husband, has now donated more than 4,000 mobility aids and received a British Empire Medal for her work.
Ms Gilson has already received a number of honours over the years recognising her work after she set up the scheme around 10 years ago.
She has now been invited to Buckingham Palace next year as part of being included in the honours list. The scheme began when Ms Gilson decided to donate her late husband’s old scooter and was surprised at the number of responders to her newspaper advert. She told a local newspaper that she intends to keep going with the scheme.
According to a report by The Midweek Herald, the Joe Gilson Mobility Scheme has donated 925 scooters, 368 walkers, 395 electric wheelchairs, 950 walking sticks, 790 manual wheelchairs, eight stairlifts, 91 ramps, 419 shower seats and 339 toilet seats.
For more of the latest industry news, please head over to Access & Mobility Professional
There are many differences between a Scooter and a Powerchair. When powered mobility can have a postitive effect on a persons life, it's important to choose what meets their needs.MORE INFO
As a result of customer feedback we are delighted to relaunch our Auto Fold Scooter.MORE INFO
Please click 'MORE INFO' to view a statement from Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare's Government & LTC Director, Graham Turner.MORE INFO
The exit plans for the UK leaving the EU remain with a high level of uncertainty and there is no clear and precise guidance provided by government to industry other than suggestions on increasing stock, as they expect disruption at borders. In line with this, DOH have requested that suppliers of drugs and medical equipment to the NHS hold additional stock to support potential issues during the transition period.
The unclear nature of the Brexit negotiations and the political turmoil within UK government leaves no clear plan for the UK’s orderly exit from the EU, this is a substantive challenge for UK businesses and organisations who utilise products, parts and services which are sourced from outside of the UK.
We continue to wait for clarity and guidance on how the current exit plans will be formalised, this will see either a clear plan for the import/export of goods either by agreement or on WTO terms or an extension of the transition period to allow for a formal plan to be put in place.
As a business we both import goods from the EU and the rest of the world as well as manufacture products in the UK and export to the EU and globally. As a contingency, as we head towards the March 2019 deadline, we have plans in place to increase key stock levels of both finished goods and spare parts in order for us to continue to supply our products and services uninterrupted for an extended period beyond what we would normally stock.
The planning process for Brexit is a continually reviewed plan within Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare Ltd. based upon the information and guidance from the UK government; our intention is to minimise any disruption in supply to our customers as far as possible.
We would stress to suppliers and customers that the likelihood of disruption at UK borders is very high in all scenarios other than an extension of the transition period, this will result in delays in both the importing and exporting of goods. For products which are required in the UK we urge our customers to prepare for potential delays and either forward order/put in place call-off orders to allow us to hold the correct stock levels to support continued uninterrupted service.
For our customers in Europe and the rest of the world, the same advice stands, and current guidance suggests that planning should be made to cover a period of 6 weeks of disruption in supply, with delivery times being extended by potentially between one and three weeks in the initial stages.
Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare will be closing for Christmas on Monday 24th December and re-opening on Wednesday 2nd January.
For guaranteed delivery before Christmas, please place your order no later than 5pm on Tuesday 18th December. Our warehousing facilities will continue to dispatch orders up to and including Friday 21st, and although we cannot guarantee delivery prior to Christmas after Tuesday, we will make every effort to dispatch orders as quickly as possible for pre-Christmas delivery.
Welland product orders had to be placed before 4pm on Friday 7th December for a guaranteed delivery before Christmas.
Thank you for your business throughout 2018 and we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!
For easy access to the catalogue, click MORE INFO. The design and content of this catalogue was specifically put together to help drive customers into our retail customers stores, highlighting the benefits of buying locally from a bricks and mortar business.MORE INFO
To easily view the new catalogue online, please click on this link.
I’m pleased to say we’ve already received some great feedback….
“Drive really are helping to drive customers into the store”
Spencer Coe, Scoota Mart
“This is so much better than any of the other catalogues out there”
Peter Hankinson Alpha Mobility
“I think it’s fantastic, very informative, they have been very well thought out, a great tool to use in store”
Tracy Suther, Active Mobility
“The market has been crying out for something like this”
Judy Mctigue, Wirral Mobility
“You’ve made my day/week/month/year! We have been trying to get abrochure with a great selection of products and no prices on for 2 years!”
Graeme Dymond, The Care Team
If you would like some copies of our catalogue and a retail stand sending out to your store, please contact your telephone advisor.
In the interview Grant was able to explain the importance of mobility retailers and how Drive Devilbiss are focussed on readjusting its dealer strategy to support those customers in the future.MORE INFO
It was great to see so many of our retail customers at the Trade Days Show held recently at the NEC.
Trade Days was a fabulous platform for our ‘new look’ retail sales and specialist team to demonstrate the healthcare products and services we now offer. The combination of a new team and products illustrated how we can support 'bricks and mortar' dealers in growing their business.
Our new 4 wheel folding scooter secured really positive feedback, the additional options to our Rise Recline portfolio and the introduction of the Kedley support aids and Sleep Dry ranges all generated significant interest. No other Company within the industry can offer such a comprehensive product range to their customers.
Visitors really engaged with the Instore concept; demonstrating our commitment to develop business partnerships for the future, it offers an optimum range of products and services to assist our customers with growing their business.
If it wasn’t new product demonstrations, the launch of the Instore catalogue or the welcoming vibe emanating from the stand then there was always the smell of the bacon butties that attracted visitors with great fayre served throughout the day!
The DDH team are looking forward to attending this year’s Trade Days Show @ the NEC in Birmingham which promises to be bigger and better than ever.
We will be showcasing many innovative new products, including our New Folding Scooter, a range of New Rise & Recliners plus many more. We will also be launching our exciting New Instore Independent Living catalogue, together with its excellent point of sale display stand.
Our Specialist Retail Team will be on hand to meet with you to discuss ways we can work together to grow your business; we are scheduling appointments now so don’t miss out. Contact us to secure a meeting between 10am – 12 noon or 2 – 4pm with one of our Specialist team email@example.com.
Our ‘new look’ field sales team are looking forward to seeing old friends and welcoming new ones, as always they are ready to demonstrate our new products and promote our Trade Days Show Offers… 2 Days Only!!!
Due to popular demand the Breakfast Butties are Back!! There will also be a selection of nibbles and drinks available throughout the day.
The sales team are currently arranging appointments with customers, so please get in touch. Please visit our STAND TC50 – we look forward to seeing you there!!
Responding quickly and accurately to customer requirements is vital in the retail field, and in particular the mobility market where there is an immediate requirement for products to improve quality of life.
With this in mind, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare continues to demonstrate commitment to retail customers with the introduction of a new, Guaranteed Next Day Delivery Service for all products ordered before 5pm, Monday to Friday. The offer covers all core retail lines in stock at the point of ordering and there is no additional cost for this improved service, we've held it at £15.00.
Setting the standards for the industry, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare has been looking closely at all aspects of the business to identify areas for upgrade and improvement. Close links with distribution partners and investment in stockholding means the company can now provide this enhanced delivery option, designed to enable retail outlets to provide a faster service to their customers.
“We are constantly looking to improve service levels across the board, and this fast delivery option represents an important step forward in providing our retail customers with the speed of response they need to react instantly to developing customer requirements,” stated Grant Abrahams, Retail Director for Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare.
The next day delivery option will be introduced on 1 February 2018.
Terms and conditions apply, please contact Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare for more information.