WH Bence exhibited three new Emergency Services vehicles at the Emergency Services Show 2013, which was held on 25th and 26th September at the NEC.
The Show’s decision to move to the larger exhibition venue was advantageous as it was much busier than in recent years, which gave the Company chance to showcase their vehicles to a wider audience.
On the stand was the recently produced Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service Incident Command Unit featuring command software from VectorCommand and satellite technology from Redfoot Technologies. The unit was received to a large number of incident response personnel from the UK and overseas, and sales director Oliver Brown has reported that interest in the unit and its capabilities was high.
Also featured was the recently produced Bence demonstrator unit which is now being presented on a UK-wide tour, and has already been booked up for demonstration events throughout the UK.
A unique addition to the Bence portfolio is the Gloucestershire Fire Heavy Rescue Tender vehicle which is going into active service at the end of 2013.
Sales Director Oliver Brown said that he was “delighted with the turnout to this year’s Show, and that its new venue at the NEC with its vast transport links proved extremely popular with the industry professionals. Our vehicles were received with enthusiasm, and we have had many sales enquiries and requests for vehicle demonstrations since the Show. We look forward to a full order book for 2014!”
The Company is pleased to confirm that it will be returning to the NEC for the 2014 Emergency Services Show on 24th – 25th September 2014 on Stand J52. Watch our news pages for further information.