Aport is an internationally-renowned specialist in laboratory relocation, with our consultancy-based approach helping us to provide turnkey services for customers across the globe and setting us apart from the rest of our industry.
Whether your organisation needs to move a priceless sample or co-ordinate the move of a multi-departmental laboratory complex, Aport’s work is never simply about getting from A to B.
We pride ourselves in becoming a partner in your move, working with you from the outset to deliver all aspects of the project and ensuring its effective execution.
- Scope Development – outlining the end-to-end scope of your project, including understanding the key tasks involved and your business objectives, to develop a bespoke solution which delivers the best results for your organisation.
- Budgetary Planning – assisting with managing the budget across the whole project, including factoring in alternative project approach costs.
- Risk Management and Impact Assessments – we will analyse how a move will impact on your operations, establishing measures to reduce and avoid risk, and developing contingency plans.
- Asset Inventory Clarification – support to establish that asset inventory data is 100% accurate, ensuring confidence in project costs and helping to manage service and warranty arrangements.
- Initial planning and project orientation services – building a relocation plan which also considers all affected operational personnel and stakeholders, involving them and familiarising them with the project so they understand the approach and their role in delivering it successfully.
As a specialist in laboratory relocation, Aport’s customers include pharmaceutical companies, biotechs, clinical research organisations (CROs), healthcare companies, veterinary labs, petrochemical and other high tech industries.
Our customers return to us time and again not only because of our high standards of service, but also because of our unique approach to laboratory relocation and consultancy which takes into account all aspects of their project and the wider effect on their organisation.