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Thursday, May 23 2019 @ 11:48 PM UTC

Panama wants to learn from N.S. ambulance experience

Foreign Direct InvestmentNova Scotia News - TRI-STAR INDUSTRIES of Yarmouth and the province have inked a deal with Panama to share expertise in ambulance services. Health Minister Chris d’Entremont says the province’s ambulance system is recognized as one of the best in North America and Panama wants to know how it moved from a fragmented private system just 10 years ago, to a world-class ambulance system. The agreement focuses on discussing opportunities and does not involve a financial commitment. Keith Condon, president and CEO of Tri-Star, said he invited representatives from Panama to Nova Scotia to see the ambulance system and the Tri-Star factory earlier this year. The Central American company signed a contract for 22 ambulances that will serve as a foundation for the country’s new system.
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