Tata Motors reported on Friday that Tata Winger had supplied 25 ambulances to the Gujarat Department of Health, part of the 115 ambulance order. The vehicle entry ceremony was held in Gandhinagara in front of several important political figures from the Gujarat government.
The full order from Tata Motors consists of 25 basic support ambulances and 90 ambulance shells. Tata Winger, according to the company, is likely to play a vital role in assisting medical professionals and assisting patients in need of urgent care. The company says it can adapt to all types of patient transportation, such as the Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support range.
Specially designed for the transport of the Covid-19 patient, the Tata Winger has a partition to keep the driver’s section separate from the rear area. For fast but safe transport of patients, the modular base and monocoque chassis are formed by independent suspensions. “Tata Winger is designed to address the need for an ambulance patient and healthcare system,” said Vinay Pathank, VP, Tata Motors Product Line (SCV). “Winger has proven to be a reliable partner for ambulance healthcare organizations and has saved many lives as a result of its ergonomic and efficient design and performance.”
Tata Motors also offers Magic Express Ambulance and LP410 Ambulance with a double bed.
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