This is the first event the three ambulance manufacturers will share a booth space at to display seven new ambulance models.
Braun Ambulances will be joining partner brands, Demers Ambulances and Crestline Coach Ltd, at EMS Today: The JEMS Conference & Exposition. The event will take place March 2-6, 2020 in Tampa, Florida. The exhibition will be the first event all three ambulance manufacturers will share a booth space at. Attendees can find them in Booth #1101 with seven new ambulance models on display.
“We are really looking forward to exhibiting together at EMS Today 2020,” says Chad Brown, Vice President of US Sales for Demers-Braun-Crestline. “While we have enjoyed some smaller events together, this is the first big tradeshow we’ll have a shared space at. Being together in the same booth will allow our customers to benefit from the full potential of the Demers, Braun, Crestline line up. We will have seven new ambulances models on display to show the complete range of our Type I, Type II, and Type III offerings. In addition, we will have the newest ambulance model from each line, including the MXP153 Arctic Range Edition from Demers Ambulances and the CCL150 from Crestline Coach Ltd. From Braun, we’ll be showcasing the new TLC, which stands for Total Life Care. This critical care transport model is a collection of the best features and design configurations from over thirty CCT ambulances we’ve custom built for customers. It will be seen for the first time at EMS Today and we are anticipating the reaction from attendees.”
EMS Today: The JEMS Conference and Exposition is an event put on by Clarion Events Fire & Rescue Group. This year, the event will be held at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida March 2-6, 2020. Nearly 5,000 attendees are expected to attend for educational lectures, hands-on experiences, and an exhibition of over 250 companies. Exhibit hall hours are Wednesday, March 4th from 12:30 pm to 5:00 pm, Thursday, March 5th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, and Friday, March 6th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Braun Ambulances will be on display in Booth #1101. The ambulance manufacturer will have three unique ambulances at the show. The first is their new model, the TLC. Short for Total Life Care, the TLC is a critical care transport ambulance built on a Freightliner M2 crew cab, four door chassis with LiquidSpring suspension. The unit has thoughtful features and a design configuration specific to interfacility transport over extended distances. This includes a transverse and regular cot mount interior for dual patient transport, two SSCOR suctions, an OTE medical cabinet, medical and regular oxygen, a patient camera in module, flip down entertainment/DVD system, 1800 W Vanner Inverter, Stadco GP7 Generator compartment, and more.
Englewood Health Emergency Services of Englewood, New Jersey has graciously allowed Braun to display their new Liberty Type I Ford F450 4×4 Super Cab ambulance. The unit features a Kussmaul 20 amp and 30 amp Super Auto Eject, LED side angle lights on streetside and curbside, Zico Dual Oxygen D bottle holders in the pass through, a Hoseline 454t dual AC/Heat 125/12 volt system, patient monitoring camera, Vista screen on swivel, and custom center console.
The third ambulance on display will be an ambulance remount from Volusia County Florida Medical Services in Daytona Beach, Florida. Volusia County has over fifty Braun ambulances in their fleet. This Express model was recently remounted on a new Ford F450 Super Cab 4×2. The module was refurbished to include a new 110/12 volt Hoseline AC, ramped flooring, upholstery, interior and exterior paint and graphics, and other updates. It is a great example of how Braun factory direct remounts can update an existing module to save 20-50% over buying a new ambulance. It will be the first time Braun is displaying a remounted vehicle at a show.
For more information about EMS Today 2020 and the new ambulance models Braun Industries will have on display, please contact Chad Brown at 419-232-7054 or firstname.lastname@example.org.