Built with paramedic and Ambulance Trust input, Siren is a genuinely without compromise 3.5 tonne lightweight ambulance, complete with advanced digital connectivity to support efficient restocking and vehicle maintenance.
Our Goole-based factory is the longest-serving, largest, and most innovative ambulance, PTS and rapid response, manufacturer in the UK. Our 64,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility offers consultation and design to production and aftersales support.
The British built Z-Class air crash truck range comes as a 4×4, 6×6 or 8×8 version with the option of a technologically state-of-the-art high reach extendable turret (HRET), with or without piercing tool.
Tailor-made crew cab configurations ensure supreme comfort and safety of crews, whilst sophisticated stowage solutions, ensure maximum capacity to store equipment for the ever-increasing and demanding role of a modern firefighter.
Our range of aerial ladder platforms are designed to ensure maximum efficiency in firefighting and rescue at height with the peace of mind of complete reliability and ease of operation in pressure situations.
The best engineers in the emergency vehicle market. Driven by an obsession for perfection. This is Venari’s Special Vehicle Operations Team.
Drone Response Unit
The Venari DRU is the first comprehensive, dedicated drone vehicle in the UK. Providing game-changing capabilities to UAS teams.
Oliver North and Graham Hoare interviewed by EST
Venari recently announced a partnership with Ford UK to manufacture a state of the art ambulance in the UK. Emergency Services Times gained an interview with Venari CEO Oliver North and Ford UK Chairman, Graham Hoare.
Ford was a strong player in the UK ambulance business in the 1980s, ‘90s and early 2000s. What prompted you to return to the market?
Dr Graham Hoare OBE (GH): Ford was a partner in last year’s Ventilator Challenge project. That was an injection in the arm as it were; it showed us how to operate together in an incredibly agile way, while also making us realise just how adored the emergency services are in Britain. I was honoured to work with the NHS to deliver those ventilators and I wanted to create the equivalent of that within the ambulance sector, working with Oliver and his team.