O&H Mobility parent company steps up again

O&H Mobility's parent company, O&H Vehicle Conversions, has stepped in to rescue a Lincolnshire charities lifesaving project. The vehicle conversion company has agreed to convert two rapid response ambulances for Lincolnshire Emergency Medical Response free of charge, after a funding arrangement with another agency collapsed at the last minute. The vehicles are used by volunteers from the RAF who give up their spare time to assist East Midlands Ambulance Service. The rapid intervention of these volunteers can prove vital in the early treatment of critical patients. Flight Lieutenant Donald Earl of Lincolnshire Emergency Medical Response said: “We are extremely grateful to O&H Vehicle Conversions for their generosity and community spirit. These two vehicles will secure the future of the charity and allow us to continue our efforts to assist the people of Lincolnshire.” O&H Vehicle Conversions are the UK’s leading A&E ambulance provider, supplying a quarter of the UK’s ambulance fleet and employing 250 people at their Goole site. In the last year the company has seen significant orders from the UK’s 12 ambulance trusts including over 100 vehicles provided to the Midlands region. The company’s success over the last year has also seen it short listed in the categories of Innovation, and Staff Development at the Regional Excellence awards this month. Steve Shaw, Commercial Director of O&H Vehicle Conversions said: “We are delighted to be able to help LEMR continue the valuable work they carry out. It is very important to O&H Vehicle Conversions that we provide a positive contribution to our community, both through maintaining local jobs and supporting good causes.”