Introducing Crestline’s Specialty Vehicles Product Showcase

Introducing Crestline’s Specialty Vehicles Product Showcase

Press Release Sep 20, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 – Saskatoon, SK, Canada – Crestline Coach, a global leader in ambulance and specialty vehicle manufacturing, is actively inspiring and reinventing the Specialty Vehicle industry. Since 1975, Crestline has firmly established itself as a trusted industry leader and innovative manufacturer of high quality products. Crestline’s Specialty Vehicles Division offers the widest range of dynamic and customized solutions to meet the unique requirements of the EMS, Police, Fire and Health Care markets.

For nearly a decade, Crestline has worked closely with Turtle Top, US-based specialty vehicle and bus manufacturer, to design and produce state-of-the-art product solutions. Through this innovative partnership, Crestline is able to offer more than 90 years of combined experience and service.

View Crestline’s brand new product showcase online by visiting: Crestline Specialty Vehicles eBook

To learn more about Crestline, visit www.crestlinecoach.com or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or YouTube.

 

About Crestline Coach

Crestline Coach Ltd. is a global leader in ambulance and specialty vehicle manufacturing and a Canadian supplier of small to mid-sized buses. With safety, innovation and durability always at the forefront of their business, Crestline exceeds and inspires today’s industry standards. Exporting to more than 32 countries globally, Crestline offers the widest range of world class and innovative vehicle solutions in the industry, meeting all safety, quality and performance standards.

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