Nov 28, 2017 - ProductPromo - Emergency services in New Zealand can now tap into some of the world’s best signalling devices, light bars, warning and mass notification systems. That’s because NARVA has been appointed as the exclusive distributor of Federal Signal products for NZ
Federal Signal is extremely well regarded worldwide as a brand of choice for emergency services applications, with the bulk of the range designed and manufactured in the United States.
NARVA NZ National Sales Manager, Tim Paterson, says the new partnership increases NARVA’s ability to target opportunities within the ‘red and blue’ Police, Fire, Ambulance Services and related markets, by offering a wider range of high quality products.
“NARVA has a strong existing range of emergency service lighting but now has a well-established, full range of red and blue products to realise the potential in New Zealand,” says Mr Paterson.
“The addition of the Federal Signal product line-up provides us with access to a wide selection of market-leading products that enjoy a premium standing amongst emergency service bodies. With these new products on hand, NARVA is now in a much stronger position to take advantage of the opportunities as well as to provide a quality support network to our emergency service customers.”
Federal Signal is best known for its powerful police vehicle-mounted lightbars, along with siren and speaker systems that produce clear, sharp sound to boost safety on the road. It recently added body cameras to this line-up.
There are also lightbars and sirens specifically designed for ambulances and fire appliances, plus a range of warning lights and signalling devices for civil contracting and local authority vehicles.
Mr Paterson says the wider availability of Federal Signal products in New Zealand, coupled with backing from NARVA, will greatly assist the brand achieve strong penetration into the local market.
“With NARVA on board there’s the strong stability and industry know-how to properly promote the Federal Signal brand, allowing it to meet its full potential here.”
| A NARVA release || November 28, 2017 |||