Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 27 January 2019: The latest Ford Transit-based ambulance will make its regional debut at this week’s Arab Health Exhibition at the Dubai World Trade Centre, boasting the latest modifications and features serving the local and regional emergency services industry.
Developed for the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services (DCAS) and on display at the Ferno-Washington stand, the new Transit T-350 ambulance was customised by Horton and American Emergency Vehicles (AEV) in the US and fitted with the very latest patient care and safety equipment by Ferno-Washington, and telematics systems by Ferno-ACETECH.
Based on the exceptionally versatile Ford Transit T-350, the ambulance blends the latest automotive, telecommunications and medical technology in one integrated package. Custom packages can be tailored to suit a variety of needs, from healthcare centres, patient transfer services, school health facilities, maternity and child care health units and homes for the elderly.
Globally, Transit has enjoyed continued success with more and more businesses relying on Ford Transit for over 50 years. It offers both unparalleled versatility and exceptional value for money, making it a firm favourite among businesses investing in the Ford brand.
In the Middle East, the Ford Transit currently leads the ambulance segment with more and more emergency services organisations opting for the highly versatile and nimble Transit-based ambulances.
The all-new Transit T-350 Ambulance can be seen on the Ferno-Washington in Hall 1, Stand E30 throughout the exhibition.