With a heritage which began in 1989, Woodley Trial Solutions is a world leading, one-stop supplier of equipment solutions to the clinical trials industry. We also provide vital services which support your clinical trials.
As a private company, Woodley Equipment Company Ltd was established in October 1989 and now operates from three offices and warehouse premises in Bolton, England and office and warehouse premises in New York, USA. Our strategic partnership in Netherlands has also ensured a healthy and continued post-Brexit supply-chain into E.U countries.
Developing a network of suppliers and service providers around the globe, Woodley Trial Solutions has successfully grown, establishing a reputation for consistently providing quality and reliable equipment services. This is reflected by our ISO 9001:2015 accreditation recognising the quality of our administrative and management systems.
Our commitment to the clinical trials industry goes beyond the provision of equipment services and as such we are proud to be members of both the Institute of Clinical Research and the Clinical Contract Research Association.
Specialist Teams… Deliver a Special Service
We employ a highly specialist team of experienced professionals, from dedicated project managers to logistics specialists, biomedical scientists, service engineers and medical electronics engineers.
Woodley Trial Solutions are well placed to provide a responsive, reliable and dedicated global service to all of our partners; and are committed to providing total customer service and complete peace of mind.
For the health of humanity
What motivates clinical trial patients motivates us; helping to make life-saving medications available to the world. We are focused on supporting these amazing people to step up and make a difference against disease through successful trials. Getting groundbreaking equipment into their lives as quickly as possible to let the data flow and make their contribution matter faster.
We are driven to increase innovation and expand our reach to narrow the gap between clinical trials and world-changing treatments.