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New ambulances for Chicago (more) posted an article in February about U.S. Ambulance Corporation in Florida:

On February 13, (FL) Governor Rick Scott visited U.S. Ambulance Corporation in Winter Park to meet employees and celebrate the expansion of the facility.  In addition to the 473 employees already in place, the expansion will add 126 new jobs and infuse $2 million in capital to the Central Florida region.

The expansion of the Winter Park facility will solidify U.S. Ambulance Corporation as the largest single site manufacturer of ambulances and rescue vehicles in the world. Allied Specialty Vehicles (ASV), the parent company of U.S. Ambulance, began expanding the Winter Park facility in 2011, and U.S. Ambulance has since acquired several key brands including Road Rescue of South Carolina, and McCoy Miller and Marque of Indiana.   ASV is also the parent company of E-One, a fire truck manufacturer located in Ocala.   When the growth is complete, ASV will employ almost 1,300 team members statewide and report a payroll in excess of $55 million.

U.S. Ambulance now manufactures under the names Wheeled Coach, McCoy Miller, Marque, and Road Rescue.  The expansion will allow U.S. Ambulance to extend their product offerings throughout the U.S. as well as the Caribbean, South America, Middle East and Asia.

thanks Drew

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New ambulances for Chicago

From Dave Weaver:

CFD ambulances under construction in May at U.S. Ambulance Corporation Winter Park, FL

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new ambulances for Chicago

New ambulances for Chicago being completed in May at the US Ambulance Corporation facility in Winter Park, FL. Dave Weaver photo

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