Company News Roundup Summer 2013

Rich Hudson

by Rich Hudson

18th September 2013

It’s been a busy couple of months here at ReAgent with many projects coming to fruition as well as new ones taking shape behind the scenes.

Website refresh

Back in July/August we launched a refreshed version of our online chemical store with a brand new home page. This launch brought with it many refinements including a new company blog plus a fully featured mobile site to help make browsing and shopping with us even easier for our growing network of mobile shoppers.

Legal case

Another significant development for us was the settlement of a copyright infringement case against a competitor who had been copying large pieces of content from our website and publishing it as their own without consent. Thanks to our friends at Pail solicitors we were able to successfully protect our intellectual property and settle the case without the need for litigation

WWII conservation project

In September, we played a part in the conservation of the recently recovered WWII Dornier Do 17 Aircraft. The Dornier is the last surviving example of a World War II German bomber and was salvaged from the bottom of Goodwin Sands off the coast of Kent where it had languished for almost 73 years.

Museum visits

Between all this we also managed to squeeze in some time to visit the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) as well as the Science Museum, both of which ReAgent is very proud to be a corporate sponsor of.

Stay tuned!

Stay tuned for more changes over the coming months and remember you can keep up to date with our latest developments via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.


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