Renault Master perfect fit for Eagle International ambulance conversion

Renault Master, Eagle International, ambulance conversion.

Eagle International Group has purchased 21 Renault Trucks Master L3H2 125.35 panel vans to be converted into ambulances aimed at healthcare markets both here and abroad.

A number of the Masters, which were supplied by Sparks Commercials Southampton, have been converted to Eagle International’s front-line A&E specification, with full blue-light and siren system, painted yellow with diamond-grade retro reflective livery.

Internally, the Master van A&E ambulances are spacious, offering a functional environment with flexible storage space to accommodate a vast array of emergency life-saving equipment.

Jonathan Munro Ford, Eagle International’s managing director, said: “We prefer the build quality of the Master van, it is a very durable base vehicle for our conversions, with little touches making the difference.

“The cab is ergonomically-designed, so it’s comfortable and easy to drive, ad this means that the crews suffer from less fatigue during their working shift.

“In addition, the Renault Trucks team has been great throughout, with expert support from their technical and homologations teams, as well as helping us to keep our logistics costs down by shipping direct to our manufacturing facility in Ourense, Spain.

“Business is buoyant, so the Renault Trucks’ lead time of just 8 weeks, and the fact that we have stock vehicles sitting in our factory, ready for conversion, is good for us, too.”

Eagle International has also recently converted a number of patient transport vehicles. A mix of right and left-hand drive vehicles, these ambulances are already out in service with customers in both the UK and abroad.

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