News | March 26, 2008

Blue Bell Lets Users Design Custom Carts on its Web Site

March 27, 2008 - Blue Bell Bio-Medical recently launched its new Web site and introduced its “Design-A-Cart” online custom configurator for medical carts.

The Design-A-Cart feature allows customers to custom design their cart. Users can design their workstation 24/7, including size, color, options and accessories. A 3D image is built in real time as selections are made. Users can save their designs to a personal online folder for later referral or to request a quote.

The new Web site coincides with the release of a new line of preconfigured workstations, new accessories, and four new paint colors (kiwi, citrus, garnet and rose). The preconfigured workstations are a result of Blue Bell’s 25 years of experience, creating the specially equipped cart packages most commonly ordered by physicians, nurses and technicians.

For more information: www.BlueBellCarts.com

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