Ancillary supplies are very important as they are often the small separate materials that are needed to administer testing and treatment during clinical studies. Typical ancillary examples include alcohol swabs, gloves, PPE equipment such as face masks, test strips, plasters, and syringes.

Benefits

Solution benefits

Sourcing capabilities – a reliable supplier of ancillary and kitting equipment gives you one less thing to think about with your clinical trial.

Regulatory knowledge – regulatory knowledge is imperative for ensuring the equipment is fit for use in country of clinical study.

Storage – facilities in UK, USA and Netherlands can help provide quick supply of goods. We can also store items for you ahead of your clinical trial and release them when required.

Planning – pre-planned and arranged kitting of equipment is great for getting a head start with your clinical trial.

Logistics – our logistics team are experts in getting your equipment where it needs to be, when it needs to be there.

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Further to ancillary supply, Woodley Trial Solutions also provide kitting services. This is a custom collection kit which is put together based on requirements specific to clinical study. This is often details such as packaging, instruction manuals, labelling and tracking. Woodley Trial Solutions work carefully to ensure all requirements are met.

There are a variety of factors which ensures there is an ongoing requirement for a reliable custom kitting service, such as variations between local and international regulations; late amendments to study designs; changes to investigator sites; and, SIV date requirements.

From component sourcing through to assembly, storage and inventory reporting, Woodley Trial Solutions provide proven expertise in managing your custom kits and ancillary supplies worldwide, guaranteeing high quality solutions, exact to your requirements, delivered ready for your team to use.


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