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Emergency Vehicle Supply Introduces New Supplier

May 16, 2007

COCONUT CREEK, FL – Emergency Vehicle Supply has introduced PUGS Command Cabinets, a provider of US-made Command Cabinets, consoles, storage units, and weapon lockers specifically designed to fit most SUVs and vans used for emergency response.

PUGS Command Cabinets provides emergency responders the efficiency to organize their equipment by transforming their vehicles into self-sufficient command stations. Highly organized emergency response vehicles not only cut treatment time, it helps make emergency responders’ jobs easier and safer.

PUGS cabinet configuration options available include:

  • Hanging file drawers, laptop stations, and utility drawers with compression latches.
  • Command board surface with 45° tilting acrylic work surface.
  • 300-lb capacity vertical aluminum slides to secure SCBA units, fire extinguishers, and tools.
  • Radio face plate panel customized to fit radios, power outlets, inverters switches, and voltage monitors.
  • Backboard storage for standard or folding backboards.
  • Storage compartments with hinged doors and optional locks.
  • Aluminum pan drawers for heavier tools and water rescue gear.The PUGS product line and a downloadable PUGS brochure are now available at
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