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Demers Ambulances Names Max Fire Apparatus as New Dealer for Colo., Kan. and Wyo.


 
 

| Thursday, August 14, 2014


Demers Ambulances is proud to announce it has reached an agreement with Max Fire Apparatus as their new dealer for the states of ColoradoKansas and Wyoming.

"We're excited to join forces with Max Fire," said Benoit Lafortune, Executive Vice-President for Demers Ambulances. "They have become an established provider of choice for fire and emergency vehicles in their market and with their combined industry experience and Demers products, it is clear to both our organizations that together we will continue to grow. We are very happy to be part of that growth going forward."

Demers Ambulances is the Canadian leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of ambulances, and one of the largest firms of its kind in North America. Over the past 50 years, Demers Ambulances has sold more than 15,000 ambulances to customers in over 20 countries. Demers Ambulances is accredited ISO 9001:2008 and certified by Transport Canada and the USA DOT, by the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) in the USA within their "MEMBER VERIFICATION PROGRAM" and recognized as a "QUALIFIED VEHICLES MODIFIER" (QVM) by the Ford Motor Company and, approved up fitter for Mercedes Benz Sprinter Customer Assurance Program. Demers Ambulances meets the highest standards in the industry. To learn more about Demers Ambulances, visit www.demers-ambulances.com

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