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Proliner Rescue Vehicle Sales & Service Joins KME Team

NESQUEHONING, PA – KME is pleased to announce that Proliner Rescue Vehicle Sales & Service of Medford, New York (www.prolinerrescue.com) has joined KME’s sales and service network.

Proliner will represent KME in Nassau and Suffolk counties with an experienced sales and service team based from a 20,000 square foot facility that includes a showroom, offices, and a full repair facility located minutes from Long Island Expressway Exit 65.

Proliner Rescue is owned and operated by Billy Georgiou, who is joined by Brian Stone, a longtime member of the fire service. Proliner has more than 16 years’ experience in the sale and repair of fire apparatus, ambulances, rescue vehicles, and command vehicles and employs certified mechanics, electrical technicians, and collision experts. Proliner also offers custom fabrications, lettering, and striping for Long Island customers.

A family-owned-and-operated business, Proliner Rescue’s eagerness to supply quality products and services to their customers for a fair price works hand in hand with the Kovatch family’s daily operating principals. “Our service after the sale is what separates us from the competition,” Georgiou says. “At Proliner Rescue we know that the fire, rescue, and EMS industry relies on its equipment to perform, and that is why we treat every vehicle as if it were our own.”

KME is a leading custom manufacturer of a full range of specialty vehicles for military, industrial, commercial, aviation and municipal markets. Additional information on KME can be found at www.kovatch.com or by emailing to kme@kovatch.com. For more information on this press release, contact Phil Gerace, KME Director of Sales and Marketing, pgerace@kovatch.com or 570-669-5174.


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