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WH Bence designed and manufactured two mobile catheterisation laboratories which have now been delivered to site. One has been delivered to a hospital in Dundee and the other in Oxfordshire. Above are some photographs of one of the units leaving the WH Bence service depot in Yate, Bristol, bound for its new home.
WH Bence has now delivered its first Toshiba Elan demountable MRI to a customer in Spain. The IDIBGI in Girona is the first hospital outside of the UK to order the unit, and Bence are delighted to have worked in partnership with Toshiba in order to deliver and commission it on site. We hope this
Bence have been designing and manufacturing mobile medical units for a number of years, so were delighted to step up to the challenge when InHealth were looking to procure mobile cardiac catheterisation laboratories. After the successful deployment of the mobile cardiac ward last year, Bence used their expertise to work with Philips in order to
WH Bence were delighted to attend this year’s Emergency Services Show, which was held at the NEC on 20th and 21st September. Exhibiting our brand new command and control unit manufactured for Tyne & Wear Fire and Rescue, we were on hand to demonstrate our new brand, Bence Command which designs and manufactures bespoke command
WH Bence are preparing their new vehicles and exhibits for this year’s Emergency Services Show. The Show is taking place at the NEC in Birmingham on 20th and 21st September 2017. Visitors can register free online at www.emergencyuk.com which will enable free parking at the NEC. The WH Bence stand is in Hall 5 – we will
When WH Bence received a call from their photographer Rich McD asking for help with a community project, we were delighted to help out! With the Britain in Bloom judging imminent, the Sodbury In Bloom team were devastated to discover that vandals had destroyed one of their displays, along with the resident ornamental heron (affectionately
After learning that there would be no prom for Year 11 students leaving Culverhill School, a school for children with complex learning needs in Yate, Bence Head of Design Jason Perkins approached MD James Brown, who agreed to sponsor the event. After approaching other businesses in the area for assistance, Jason and parent Suzanne Josham,
WH Bence is delighted to support our valued customer “Hope for Tomorrow” at their annual “Party at the Polo” event, which was held at the Beaufort Polo Club in Tetbury on Saturday 24th May. The Bence team were invited to spend the day with the Hope for Tomorrow team at the Polo Club, where a
WH Bence are currently attending the UK Radiological Congress (UKRC) in Manchester as part of an exhibition by healthcare providers from around the world. Together with Toshiba, on display is Elan #4, a demountable MRI unit with 1.5T Toshiba Elan magnet installed. The exhibition is taking place from Monday 12 to Wednesday 14 June