West Yorkshire-based Venari Group has confirmed impressive plans for this year’s Emergency Services Show, as the firm looks set to expand into wider emergency vehicle markets, in conjunction with the ambulance sector.
Venari was announced as the parent company of the UK’s most historic ambulance manufacturer – O&H Vehicle Technology – at the start of 2020, and with much anticipation building on details for the new West Yorkshire-based production facility, the group has stated its intent with a large presence at ‘ESS 2020’. On stand E51, the unit is twice the size of the space that O&H took in 2019.
Venari Group CEO, Oliver North, commented: “It gives us great pleasure to confirm our presence at this year’s Emergency Services Show, which is without question the most important in its 15-year history, as we re-commence trading outside of the EU.
“Driving UK manufacturing is now more vital than ever, and the industry will be keen to see precisely who is flying the flag for the British economy.
“Following confirmation of the new group structure, we feel it is important to showcase our exciting portfolio on the best exhibition stage possible within the UK. With other major exhibitions taking place in mainland Europe in the same year, it is important that we maintain a strong UK-specific presence to ensure our market keeps up to date as accurately as possible. And with our exciting new range, we’re extremely excited to show the industry precisely what we’re capable of, as we drive our innovative group through 2020 on the impressive platform which the Emergency Services Show always delivers.”
David Brown, ESS event director, said: “Oliver and his teams of the past have always provided high standards at the ESS. With the recent launch of Venari, the industry is expecting something special so the anticipation of their large presence at this year’s show is exciting. It will all contribute to what we hope to be the best ESS to-date.”
Venari’s stand – E51 – will also incorporate subsidiary company, O&H Vehicle Technology, showcasing its new ultra-lightweight, national specification compliant, smart ambulance; which is an industry first.