The industry leaders in specialized substrates and antibodies join with Quartzy to transform digital lab supply procurement.
Quartzy, an online laboratory supply management and ordering platform, announces a new authorized distributor agreement with OriGene, Advansta and Jackson ImmunoResearch. Adding these life science leaders to Quartzy’s supply chain and product portfolio marks another major step in the company’s drive to simplify lab management and inventory replenishment nationwide.
“It’s fantastic to see so many suppliers wanting to join us in creating a better way for labs to acquire the materials they need,” says Jayant Kulkarni, Quartzy’s founder and CEO. “We’re especially excited to announce our distributor agreements with OriGene, Advansta and Jackson ImmunoResearch because of their longstanding reputation in the industry and sought-after products. With them, we will be able to deliver even greater choice to our community of over 13,000 labs looking to consolidate how they get their supplies.”
These agreements promise to bring over 800,000 additional products to the Quartzy’s digital catalog of lab supplies. Along with the portfolios of more than 1,000 suppliers including Rainin, MilliporeSigma, and New England Biolabs, the Quartzy Shop now boasts over 2 million SKUs and creates the most diverse and comprehensive catalog of lab supplies in the nation.
“We are pleased to bring on Quartzy as an additional channel to reach the scientific research community,” adds Xuan Liu, senior vice president and general manager for OriGene. “And we are confident that through Quartzy’s platform, university laboratories will have greater accessibility to OriGene’s broad selection of gene-based research tools.”
“Reaching this portfolio breadth milestone, combined with the recent launch of our California fulfillment center is exciting,” adds Adam Regelmann, founder and COO of Quartzy. “Our members can now consolidate even more of their purchasing activity through a single platform instead of wasting time navigating dozens of websites to get the supplies they need to keep driving scientific progress.”
Products are now available online.