The Ford Venari Alliance’s new, dual-crewed lightweight ambulance, based on a Ford Transit chassis-cab, debuted at Birmingham’s Emergency Services Show on September 7.
Hydrogen transport pilots in the Tees Valley area will establish the UK as a leader in the technology and propel us towards our net-zero goals, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced on 7 August 2021, as he unveiled the winners of a £2.5 million R&D competition.
Fleet Vision International Summer 2021, Q3 has been published.
Ambulance conversion specialist, VCS, has partnered with Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles to produce the UK’s first Dual Crewed Ambulance (DCA) based on a Volkswagen Crafter.
The NHS in Essex has teamed up with Ford, Venari Group, and local community health leaders to roll out a vital initiative across Mid and South Essex, delivering COVID-19 vaccines to communities vulnerable to COVID-19 that might face barriers to accessing traditional healthcare services.
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ULEMCo, the UK hydrogen fuel specialist, and its partners have delivered the first significant milestone to creating the future’s zero-emission ambulance.
Highly trained Hazardous Area Response Team (HART) paramedics in the South West have become the first in England to take delivery of the latest incident response units. The new vehicles enable them to reach emergency scenes at difficult-to-access, off-road locations more quickly and efficiently.
Transformational change in the emergency services, driven by the challenges presented by COVID-19 and the fast pace of technological innovation being introduced to the sector, is set to be a central theme of The Emergency Services Show, which returns to Hall 5 and the outdoor area at the NEC, Birmingham from 27 to 28 April 2021.