Winter Park, FL (PRWEB) February 4, 2011
Road Rescue is pleased to announce the appointment of North Eastern Rescue Vehicles, Inc. (NERV) as its new dealer for New England. Previously, NERV has represented Road Rescue within the state of New York since 2003. “I’m pleased to announce that NERV has expanded its territory to now include all of New England. Both NERV and Road Rescue are recognized in the industry as market leaders with a committed focus on customer service and product quality. This expanded partnership will prove to be beneficial for all stakeholders”, said Scott Barnes, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Road Rescue Emergency Vehicles.
Bob Reilly of NERV echoed the sentiments of his partner, Bob Barnes, by adding, “The entire NERV team is excited to be expanding into New England with Road Rescue. Road Rescue has been part of the NERV family of products for many years and exemplifies the premium end of the ambulance market through high quality, excellent service support and a loyal customer base. NERV has built its business with these same characteristics and looks forward to continuing this great relationship throughout New England”.
About Road Rescue: Road Rescue manufacturers high-end modular ambulances and is a brand within the Allied Specialty Vehicles (ASV) family of companies. ASV, with revenue of approximately $1 billion, is a market leader in three industry segments: Fire & Emergency, Recreational Vehicles, and Commercial. The Company was formed on August 25, 2010 through the combination of four existing portfolio companies of American Industrial Partners: E-ONE, Inc., Collins Industries, Inc., Halcore Group, Inc., and Fleetwood RV, Inc. Within the Fire & Emergency segment, ASV offers an extensive line of fire apparatus and ambulances. The Company also produces a full offering of both Class A and Class C Recreational Vehicles under many of the industry’s iconic brand names. The Commercial segment consists of Type A bus products for both the school and childcare markets, as well as terminal trucks and street sweepers. For more information, visit the Road Rescue website at http://www.roadrescue.com