Crestline Coach unveils new FleetMax ambulances with a paramedic focus
The new FleetMax is equipped with various infectious control solutions including a system with PPE donning and doffing stations.
Sales & Marketing
SASKATOON — Crestline Coach Ltd., a company involved in ambulance and specialty vehicle manufacturing, introduces the FleetMax Next Generation type III model, an ambulance choice amongst EMS communities in Canada.
The FleetMax Next Generation is a product choice in Canada reportedly redesigned with a paramedic focus, enhanced safety, value-driven features, and technologies. During the initial phases of the redesign, Crestline invited numerous paramedic services to participate in the development process.
“The redesign of our FleetMax model was unique because the original model has been in existence for more than 20 years and it is a popular choice within the Canadian market, so involving paramedics in the product development process was paramount to ensuring the next generation model delivered the expected value,” shares Scott Sawatsky, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Canada. ʺBy working together, we raised the bar with enhanced safety, ergonomics and new technologies, while integrating (35) additional standard features and many new options.”
As the pandemic continues, Crestline is trying to deliver solutions that help to protect patients and personnel from infectious diseases within the ambulance.
The new FleetMax is equipped with various infectious control solutions including a system with PPE donning and doffing stations. The sealed pass-through window is a new element that prevents the spread of airborne particles and when combined with the HVAC system (brushless evaporator motor), the paramedics and patients benefit from fresh air intake and circulation.