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Special vehicles for interventions in disasters and cases of emergency

Products/Transportation & Equipments/Model no.: Special vehiclesProduct keywords: special, vehicles, interventions, disasters, emergencyPlace of origin: RomaniaBrand Name: RomprimPrice Terms: TBAMinimum Orders: 0Payment Terms: TBAProduct description: Total weight: 3.500 kg 6.500 kg Structure: stainless steel Skin: aluminium Equipment: -rescue equipment -first aid medical equipment -fire fighting equipment -optic-acoustical warning equipment

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