Upcoming Trade Shows

FDIC International
April 27 - 29
Ram Trucks Booth (9445)

Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil Stadium
500 S Capitol Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46225
www.fdic.com

Paramedic Chiefs of Canada Leadership Summit
June 7 -, 9
Booth 49

The Westin Nova Scotian 
1181 Hollis Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2P6
www.paramedicchiefsconference.com

Paramedicine Across Canada Expo (PACE)
August 18 - 19
Vehicle 1

Quebec City Convention Centre
1000 E René-Lévesque Boulevard
Quebec City, QC G1A 1B4
www.pacexpo.ca

EMS Today February 23-25

We will be attending EMS Today with a Malley Crossover Ambulance from February 23-25.

EMS Today
Calvin L. Rampton Salt Palace Convention Center
100 S W Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah
www.emstoday.com

Come visit us at booth 539!

Thanks to Valley Ambulance Services for allowing us to display their new vehicle.

Seeing is Believing

There’s nothing quite like having the opportunity to do a direct comparison when it comes to ambulances. On the left, traditional cabinetry construction on the now discontinued Ford E:Series chassis. Beside it is a spacious Ford Transit Malley ambulance with its innovative space-enhancing interior. On the right is Malley’s multiple-award winning Crossover Ambulance conversion on the front wheel drive Ram ProMaster.

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2016 AAA Annual Conference & Trade Show

We will have a Malley Crossover and our new Ford Transit ambulance on display at the 2016 AAA Annual Conference & Trade Show next month.

2016 AAA Annual Conference & Trade Show
Booths 10 & 22
November 7-8
Caesar's Palace
3570 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109

(CBC) NB's Malley Industries expands into U.S. with sleek new ambulance

  Vitaly Samsonov, owner of Global Emergency Vehicles, says he expects a big demand for the new vehicles in the American market. (CBC)

Vitaly Samsonov, owner of Global Emergency Vehicles, says he expects a big demand for the new vehicles in the American market. (CBC)

New Brunswick's own Malley industries — known for supplying Ambulance New Brunswick's fleet among other things — is expanding into the United States market with a sleek new ambulance based on a conversion of a Ford Transit. 

Read the rest of the article here.