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The London based firm KwickScreen chose to use REXframe to manufacture their latest batch of ‘Simbulances’. A Simbulance is a foldable, retractable, ambulance that can be called into action as swiftly as the emergency services. Popular for transfer training and sequential simulations, it has been designed to replicate the pressures of working within restricted spatial confines.
To this end, simplicity and portability are key – so REXframe was the logical route. Lightweight and easy to assemble, the solution has now been distributed into hospitals up and down the UK and is a key training apparatus for our medical personnel. University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB) used the REXframe Simbulance to demonstrate a remote-controlled ultrasound scan at the UK’s first region-wide 5G testbed – a real-world example of how 5G can transform healthcare and the emergency services.
“Creating a simulation ambulance that replicates a real working environment is no small task, especially to make it as refined as it needs to be for proper applications in sequential medical training. However, using REXframe has allowed us to redesign and transform our Simbulance into a far better product both aesthetically and functionally. The Simbulance is now more realistic than ever, and our customer is so pleased with how it came out. We are looking forward to making hopefully many more Simbulance and other products using REXframe in the future”. Michael Korn – Founder and Product Manager at KwickScreen
AVA is a company that operates globally, within a variety of market sectors, and because of this they exhibit at a number of trade shows every year. They recently decided to invest in REXframe because of its versatility and seamless, professional look. See what they had to say below.
“We place great importance in our trade shows appearance and decided it was time to change the way we presented ourselves to the industries we serve. We found ourselves often surrounded by large scale companies and generic shell scheme, pop up stands just weren’t reflecting our company to the level we required. Also, as we are now committing to shows more frequently, we decided that an economical and sustainable solution was needed.
After researching many options, it was the flexibility and reusability of REXframe that appealed us. There are many companies and organisations providing stand building offers and solutions, but having the ability to still manage and oversee the stand building ourselves, allows us to ensure jobs are carried out to our specific requirements. Furthermore, the ease of transporting REXframe is beneficial when travelling to different venues.”
Based in Manchester, Premier Textiles have become one of the largest European importers of yarns and fabrics since they launched in 1981. Supplying customers all over the continent they decided to commit to a 12 x 4m booth at FESPA Munich this year and chose REXframe to supply their stand.
“We wanted to invest in a booth framework that was reliable, efficient and easy for us to set up as well as reusable, and REXframe ticked all of those boxes. Also, the support we got from the team was incredible, we would definitely recommend.”
Their stand featured an imposing 4m high tower with door entrance and internal storage, truly seamless textile walls (one of which was over 10m) and magnetic hanging bars to drape all of their stunning textiles.