Malley Industries is featured in Canadian Paramedicine's 2015 Buyers' Guide

With the introduction of the Ram ProMaster to the North American market, Malley Industries saw an opportunity to design an ambulance on a blank canvas on which they could accommodate the needs of paramedics using new materials, functional, ergonomic design and create an enhanced safety, energy-absorbent interior. Malley Industries has been manufacturing ambulances and specialized emergency vehicles for the North American market for more than 35 years. Steen Gunderson, Vice President of Operations, provides insights into the how and why of the innovative ambulance design the company recently unveiled at the Ontario Association of Paramedic Chiefs (OAPC) annual general meeting & conference in London, ON. 

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Malley Industries featured in the Daily Gleaner

Publication: The Daily Gleaner; Date: Nov 14, 2014; Section: Fredericton & Region; Page: A1
Province eyes new ambulance models
Ambulance NB will swap out aging vehicles with new design

New Brunswick’s provincial ambulance service is currently testing out several prototypes as part of a gradual shift to a new and improved emergency vehicle.
Last year, senior officials with Ambulance NB recognized that the style of ambulance currently travelling the province’s roads – a Ford E-350 model that’s been a popular vehicle for the past 10 to 15 years in many ambulance services across the globe – was about to come to the end of its production cycle, which meant that Ford would no longer be producing new vehicles in that particular line.

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Malley Industries Featured on CBC

Ambulance New Brunswick and Dieppe’s Malley Industries are working together to develop a modern ambulance that will eliminate many of the problems paramedics have had for years. Ambulance New Brunswick, the Crown corporation that runs the province’s ambulance system, will start replacing its 134 ambulances in the spring and it will be relying on the new vehicles that will be rolling out of Malley’s Dieppe facility.

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