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Ring Carnation stays open to support emergency services

Date: 07-Apr-2020

Ring Carnation has announced that it is currently remaining open to ensure it can continue to serve ambulances and other emergency service vehicles with much-needed specialist equipment during this unprecedented time.

These vehicles have increasing levels of auxiliary electrical equipment on-board, placing greater demand upon batteries. Ring Carnation services the emergency and specialist vehicle sectors with intelligent switching and power management systems to maintain correct battery power and help to keep essential equipment in operation.

As a result, the Ring Carnation team is currently working flat out to deliver vital genisys™ components and other essential spare parts.

Ring Carnation’s genisys™ programmable logic control systems are designed to monitor voltage levels and distribute power to where it is needed most, maintaining safe vehicle operation and allowing critical equipment to operate.

Following strict social-distancing guidelines, staff levels have been reduced to three workers in the engineering production. Their main focus is to work on urgent orders for new ambulances that are currently in production for NHS Trusts up and down the country.

Richard Yates, Sales Director at Ring Carnation, said: “First and foremost, the safety of our team is paramount, and we have taken the necessary precautions to look after those who are continuing to work. We offer our full support and praise to those on the frontlines tackling this pandemic head on, and it’s absolutely crucial that they have access to the correct equipment and can work uninterrupted and efficiently as possible. Ambulances and other emergency services are vital all year round, but now more than ever, it’s important that they can continue to operate as efficiently as possible. 

“We are monitoring Government updates daily and will keep all customers updated should anything change. In the meantime, we will continue to do all we can to offer our full support to customers requiring essential parts during these difficult circumstances.”

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