NC company ships ambulances to NY

A procession of American Emergency Vehicles (AEV), part of REV Ambulance Group, make their way to New York from North Carolina as part of an 81 vehicle emergency order from the New York City Fire Department. (Photo Courtesy AEV)

RALEIGH — An Ashe County company is contributing to New York’s battle against the coronavirus outbreak. American Emergency Vehicles in Jefferson, N.C. is a custom ambulance manufacturer with a national brand and dealer network.

AEV, along with other manufacturers within parent company REV Ambulance Group, began fulfilling an emergency ambulance order for the New York City Fire Department. “The men and women of REV Ambulance Group are honored to be able to serve and stand by the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) as they expand their EMS capabilities and contend with the demands of the pandemic,” said Anoop Prakash, Ambulance Division President at REV 

Ambulances are also making their way from Horton Emergency Vehicles in Columbus, OH; Wheeled Coach, McCoy Miller and Road Rescue in Orlando, Florida and Leader in South El Monte, California.

AEV’s dealer network extends nationwide and extends to Switzerland, Guam and Abu-Dahbi.