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Airesheltas on the military front


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Aire Group
: 31 January, 2007  (Company News)
Airesheltas on the military front
Aireshelta inflatable buildings have been used by the emergency services at some of Britain's most high profile incidents. They have been deployed for crime scene preservation and investigation, command and control headquarters, temporary mortuaries and briefing bases at murders, major fires and serious road and rail crashes.

The flexibility of Airesheltas is that they can be linked up to ambulances and other vehicles, turning the outdoors indoors and making them the ideal mobile emergency set-up on all kinds of terrain

They pack neatly away and so can be taken to the scene of an incident quickly and once there inflated and ready for action in minutes, giving the 999 services a professional image when they are in the media spotlight.

The army relies on them as workshops for lorries and helicopters in the harshest of winters in Bosnia and Norway and the Royal Military Police deploy them at checkpoints. Airesheltas help businesses both big and small to reach their full potential and have had a vital role with some of the world's leading names including Radio One, Honda and Land Rover.

Inflatable buildings don't need planning permission, are a cheap and highly effective alternative to spending a fortune extending workshops and other business premises and can be tailor-made in any size or colour.
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