ESS Exhibitors

Isuzu gets the blue light for ambulance converter

When specialist vehicle converter Blue Light Services was looking for a new delivery vehicle to carry its finished ambulances from its production facilities to customers, they needed a truck that was not only flexible in operation but one that could carry a finished payload of up to 4.0-tonnes. After careful deliberation, the southern based bodybuilder… Read more »

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service deploys ESN-ready mobile communications solution

Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service is set to be an early adopter of the new Emergency Services Network (ESN) with the deployment of a Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) solution across its fleet of 66 vehicles, using Panasonic TOUGHBOOK devices and Gigabit-class ruggedised LTE routers provided by Cradlepoint. Working closely with Panasonic and Cradlepoint, the fire… Read more »

Ambipar Response acquires Enviroclear Site Services

Ambipar Response Limited, a leader in environmental management, has announced the acquisition of Enviroclear Site Services Ltd, which is based in Wrexham, North Wales. Ambipar Response has earned a worldwide reputation for quality in environmental services and consultancy, with 70 years of experience responding to incidents. The company’s services include pollution response, accredited training, consultancy… Read more »

Dräger wins place on national YPO PPE framework

Specialist personal protective equipment (PPE) from Dräger, an international leader in the fields of medical and safety technology, will now be available to all emergency services and blue light organisations in the UK through a new framework agreement with public sector procurement specialists, YPO. The Emergency Services and Blue Light framework agreement specifically covers three… Read more »

Three steps to sustainability for the emergency services

Tammy Carter, Head of Category – Fleet, Crown Commercial Service, outlines the three steps that organisations looking to shift to sustainable fleet solutions need to consider. One positive effect of the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has been the beneficial impact less travel has had on air quality. With people realising the benefits of this, there has… Read more »

Perseverance on Mars: Gore facilitates successful Mars Rover landing

WL Gore & Associates (Gore) joined countless scientists and space exploration enthusiasts in celebrating the successful landing of the Mars 2020 Mission’s Perseverance Rover on the Red Planet on 18 February. This US mission addresses high-priority scientific goals for exploration to help answer the questions of potential life on Mars and was directly enabled by… Read more »

Project Siren: Ford and Venari to launch new lightweight ambulance

In the week that Ford of Britain and Venari Group jointly announced the launch of a new lightweight ambulance based on the Ford Transit chassis cab under the code name Project Siren, Emergency Services Times was granted an exclusive interview with Dr Graham Hoare OBE, Executive Director, Business Transformation & Chairman, Ford of Britain, and… Read more »

VCS hydrogen fuel cell ambulance set for London’s streets by autumn

A UK market-leading ambulance conversion specialist, VCS, is on track to deliver the country’s first hydrogen fuel cell ambulance to the London Ambulance Service by autumn 2021. The prototype zero emissions ambulance is the product of the ZERRO (Zero Emission Rapid Response Operations ambulance) project, which is funded by the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles… Read more »

Listen to The Emergency Services Show’s David Brown on The Firefighters Podcast

David Brown, Event Director of The Emergency Services Show, the UK’s leading event dedicated to transforming our emergency services, appears on the latest edition of The Firefighters Podcast. The Emergency Services Show features over 450 exhibitors displaying the latest equipment on the market, live interactive demonstrations, a unique CPD accredited seminar programme and unrivalled networking… Read more »