Ferno Launches New Website

Ferno Launches New Website

Press Release Feb 15, 2013

Wilmington, Ohio - February 7, 2013 - Ferno has launched a new website for the U.S. EMS market at www.FernoEMS.com.

FernoEMS.com features hundreds of innovative, customer-inspired products, such as the POWERFlexx+ Powered Ambulance Cot System and PowerTraxx Stair Chair. The new site offers easy menu navigation, alternate product images and the ability to zoom in on the product images to view the finest of details. Product literature, support videos and specification sheets are all just a click away. The ordering process is streamlined and designed for all types of shoppers.

FernoEMS.com is your gateway to industry leading content such as the Vision 2020 program, Ferno Webcasting Series, and Injury Free Training Program. The Vision 2020 program is a unique sponsorship with JEMS and EMS World where we delve deep into issues facing the future of EMS. Join the conversation today and connect with industry thought leaders on topics such as PPACA and what it means to your service. Ferno’s Webcasting Series features topics such as Immobilization, Risk Management, and Defensive Driving for EMS. Injury Free teaches proper lifting techniques, ergonomics, exercise and nutrition all on a downloadable app for your iPhone or Android.

About Ferno
Ferno offers the most complete line of emergency patient handling equipment, with products designed to get you in and out of the scene fast, safe, and easy. Ferno is recognized as the global leader in the manufacturing and distribution of emergency patient-handling equipment and mortuary products and exports to more than 100 countries.



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