Bott has developed two bespoke private ambulances for first responders on Sembcorp's Wilton International power station and chemical plant.
Sembcorp is the key supplier of essential utilities such as steam and power to major international companies at Wilton International – one of the UK's largest and most important manufacturing sites. Bott has utilised its project management skills and attention to detail to create the two ambulances, which will not only be used to provide first response care to the Wilton site, but will also act as a resource to the local community in the case of an ambulance shortage.
Andy Passmore from Sembcorp explains: "The two companies worked together to design the specification of the new vehicles. We started by reviewing how the existing ambulances are currently used and worked with Bott to assess what could be changed, drawing upon their expertise from previous projects. This helped to ensure the bespoke design was a cost-effective solution compared to existing vehicles."
Kevin Woodward, Managing Director of the Vehicle Enhancement Division at Bott said: "We have worked with many public and private emergency services teams before, so we had a good understanding of what Sembcorp’s needs and requirements would be. At Bott, we adopt an original thinking approach to each project, providing organisations with the right solutions so they optimise resources and meet their safety obligation, which is vital in today's business environment."
From its state of the art facilities in Ashby de la Zouch, Bott offers a turnkey approach to projects, which encompasses total project management. Its team of experts offer consultation, design, manufacturer, installation, logistics and support services.