The vehicle is based on the company’s ‘Flex PTS’ engineering and is the first of its kind according to O&H.
The common platform converts to seated, stretcher, wheelchair and bariatric layouts, using quick version-to-version change-out to flex with changing PTS fleet demands while keeping operator and maintenance training to a minimum.
At the Show, O&H will be announcing detail of its combined orders from two ambulance services for 335 double-crewed, front-line A&E ambulances. It will also demonstrate its new lower maintenance, lighter weight Paramedic Practitioner Vehicle (PPV), which can now act as a WiFi hub hotspot allowing live vehicle patient care data to be sent wirelessly, and high quality video to be streamed from the PPV to its destination hospital.
Finally, the firm will also be showcasing its new partnership with Polish specialist vehicle converter Baus AT UK, said to have brought the first box body ambulance offering of its kind to the UK market. At the Baus stand at the show O&H representatives will on hand to answer questions.