Preparation is well underway at Rosenbauer UK as the firm readies itself for exhibiting at Emergency Services Show 2018.
The organisation is taking a large presence at this year’s event – on stand B59 – following a continued period of growth in the municipal and airport markets, which will boost the firm’s revenue by an estimated 250% in 2018.
Rosenbauer UK’s focus across the two-day exhibition is to highlight the efficiency and quality of the products in operation at many of the UK’s Fire and Rescue Services.
And a handful of the firm’s knowledgeable, expert team will be on hand to provide detailed information on the latest evolutions in Rosenbauer UK’s fleet products.
Surrey Fire and Rescue Service’s new ‘Super-Pumper’ will be unveiled at the show, highlighting Rosenbauer’s premium build quality, advanced ergonomics and technologically advanced componentry.
Outside the arena, delegates will be able to ‘fly’ the all-new Rosenbauer XS 3.0 articulated turntable ladder – which provides more outreach, aerial maneuverability, and a greater rescue capability than any other turntable ladder on the European market.
Commenting on Rosenbauer UK’s presence at ESS, Founder and Managing Director, Oliver North said: “We’re not revealing all just yet, but our immersive stand is designed to ‘wow’, and we want to provide attendees with a taste of what it’s like to work with us.
“Our team of appliance and equipment specialists will be on hand to answer any questions, and we invite open discussion about the challenges faced by brigades, in conjunction with providing answers from a technology perspective.
Oliver continued: “As an organisation, we are obsessed with upgrading equipment, not merely replacing it. The AT-Stinger we developed for Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service, the 42m aerial ladder platform for Surrey Fire and Rescue Service and the two Technical Response Units received by Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service earlier this year all serve as firm examples of this.
“It is these tailored solutions which help to safeguard any Fire and Rescue Service’s investment in equipment and generate a better whole-life cost, whilst improving operational effectiveness and safety for our brave firefighters. ESS represents an exciting opportunity for delegates to explore for themselves exactly why the market is becoming so passionate about our brand and everything we stand for.”
The Emergency Services Show will take place at the NEC in Birmingham on 19-20 September. Entry is free but registration is advised.
For more information please visit: www.rosenbauer.co.uk