Braun Ambulances recertified as MVP member with NTEA
The certification reaffirms Braun’s commitment to professionalism, industry knowledge, and high performance.
VAN WERT, Ohio - Braun Ambulances has been a member of NTEA: The Association for the Work Truck Industry for 38 years. During that time, they have been a member in good standing, achieving notable recognition within the organization. Most recently, they were recertified as an MVP Member. MVP member status means Braun is recognized as a partner of choice by the leading organization in the commercial truck industry.
“NTEA is critically important in our space,” says Kerri Walker, Vice President of Commercial US at Demers-Braun-Crestline-Medix. “They are the exclusive representative of the commercial truck body and equipment industry, representing distributors, manufacturers, and more. Their designation as an MVP Member lets our dealer partners, vendors, and end-customers know we are truly dedicated to excellence and have been recognized by a leading organization. It aligns with our vision to be the partner of choice and continues to push us to do our best. We appreciate NTEA for all they do to improve the work truck industry.”
NTEA’s Member Verification Program (MVP) recognizes eligible companies in the commercial truck industry for outstanding business practices and successful implementation of quality standards. Candidates must provide documentation that they meet or exceed a set of criteria. Once qualified, companies receive MVP status for a three-year term. Upon renewal, MVP members must again document compliance, ensuring their ongoing commitment to professionalism, industry knowledge, and high performance.
Braun’s recent designation as an MVP Member is still as notable as when they first achieved it years ago. They again completed a rigorous qualification process, successfully implemented defined business standards, and conformed to applicable government regulations. The qualifications support NTEA’s mission of bettering the work truck industry through professionalism, knowledge, and performance. Braun is pleased they meet these standards and looks to continue to exceed them through their ongoing commitment to quality and continuous improvement.
NAFA Fleet Management Association recognized the NTEA’s MVP program in 2011, acknowledging its value to the industry. Fleet managers and dealers know ambulance manufacturers and distributors with MVP status have embraced specific business and quality measures and comply with federal requirements. It offers peace of mind in ambulance purchasing and maintenance.
Discover more about Braun’s commitment to safety and quality at BraunAmbulances.com.
About Braun Ambulances
Since 1972, Braun Ambulances has been a custom ambulance manufacturer focused on safety, quality, and innovation. Serving small volunteer EMS services to large municipalities and all-size departments/private organizations in between, Braun delivers hundreds of new ambulances each year with the help of their dealer partners. Their current product lineup includes six unique ambulance models and countless customizations. In 2018, they merged with Demers to create the parent company Demers Braun Ambulance Manufacturer. To learn more about Braun Ambulances, visit BraunAmbulances.com.
Established in 1964, NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry, a 501(c)(6) organization, represents more than 2,100 companies that manufacture, distribute, install, sell, and repair commercial vehicles, truck bodies, truck equipment, trailers and accessories. Buyers of work trucks and the major commercial truck chassis manufacturers also belong to NTEA. The Association provides in-depth technical information, education, and member programs and services, and produces Work Truck Week®, Green Truck Summit, Commercial Vehicle Upfitting Summit, and Executive Leadership Summit. The Association maintains its administrative headquarters in suburban Detroit and government relations offices in Washington, DC, and Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Find out more at NTEA.com.
About Demers Braun Ambulance Manufacturer
Through its strong and diversified portfolio of brands – Demers, Braun, Crestline, and Medix - the Company operates eight production and service center sites across North America and employs a staff of ~1200. Each year, the combined sales position the company as the second-largest ambulance manufacturer in North America. Its offering of ambulance products ranges from the price-conscious value ambulance to the highly customized specialty vehicle. To learn more about how Demers, Braun, Crestline, and Medix can help you save more lives, visit Demers-Ambulances.com, BraunAmbulances.com, CrestlineCoach.com, and MedixAmbulance.com.