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Oct 2013
Greater Newry Area Business Awards
On 12th September 2013 Newry chamber of Commerce held the Greater Newry Area Business Awards. McNallys Late Night Pharmacy were one of the candidates of the ‘Best Innovative Business Award’ on account of our Rowa Vmax dispensing robot and prescription kiosk. The ‘robot’ holds and dispensing our medicines efficiently. It holds up to 4000 packages and can give out between 8 and 10 packages at a time, thus speeding up the dispensing process. This means our customers have less waiting time and is ideal for a busy pharmacy. By clicking the following link you will be directed to an online video of how the Rowa Vmax robot works: http://youtu.be/i4A-HbjQp70 Our prescription kiosk is situated on Monaghan Street beside Iceland. Patients insert their prescriptions into the machine and their prescription should be ready by the time to get to McNallys Late Pharmacy*. It also means that if customers are busy they can put their prescription in the kiosk and call into the pharmacy at a later time. Here at McNallys Late Night Pharmacy we were delighted to be highly commended on the night of the awards! We would like to say a massive thank-you to all our loyal customers for their continued support!
5 Monaghan Street, Co Down
County Armagh
BT35 6BB
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