back to listings SME Profile: Hobarts Laser Supplies Ltd
Hobarts Laser Supplies Ltd
Little Market Row
T: +44 (0) 333 900 8700
Hobarts has been around in various guises since 1989. Initially, operating as a financial advertising agency in the heart of the City of London. In 1995, the business moved to Kent and set up its acrylic manufacturing operation the following year.
In the summer of 2000, the company started selling lasers and have steadily gained a reputation for supplying good quality, reliable equipment to education, government and industry.
Our philosophy is to provide the best products backed up with first class training and followed by excellent after-sales support. We are well known for having the best trained technicians in the business with regular in-house courses to keep abreast of product development and training at the manufacturer’s facilities in Vienna and Scottsdale, Arizona.
One example of where we'll go that extra mile is that our technicians always carry their DBS certificates (Disclosure & Barring Service). This means they can work in schools without having to be shadowed. So teachers can spend their day teaching rather than chaperoning our engineers.
Our customers cover the whole spectrum and range from business start-ups to huge international conglomerates. Here is a small selection of some of them:
A_LA Architects, Architectural Association, Architectural Model Making, BDP (Building Design Partnership), Dexter Moren, Fosters, J.P.Parkinson, Robin Partington, Pipers, PRP Architects, SOM and Woods Bagot.
Schools & colleges: Over 300 schools and colleges of all kinds throughout the UK.
Universities: Anglia Ruskin, Arts University College, Aston, Birmingham City, Brighton, Bristol, Brunel, Buckinghamshire New, Cambridge, Canterbury Christ Church, Cardiff, City of Glasgow, Coventry, Cranfield, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow Caledonian, Glasgow Clyde, Greenwich, Liverpool John Moores, London Metropolitan, London South Bank, Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan, Middlesex, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Nottingham Trent, Oxford, Queen Mary University of London, Robert Gordon, Roehampton, Royal College of Art, South Wales, Southampton, Southampton Solent, University for the Creative Arts, West of England, Westminster,
AWE (Atomic Weapons Establishment), DSTL (Department of Naval Medicine), Home Office Scientific Development Branch, Royal Air Force and the United States Air Force.
Abbotts Healthcare, Alere Technologies, Atmel Quantum Research, Carefusion, GSK (GlaxoSmithKline), KBIO Sciences, Lifescan, MediSense Technologies and Stirling Medical Innovations.
Technology & Industry
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