Security and Safety

First Mobil Tech. partners with SoundOff Signal for safety products

Posted on November 19, 2015

First Mobile Technologies, a division of First Vehicle Services, announces an agreement with SoundOff Signal to distribute warning-signal products and provide installation services to commercial and emergency vehicles, school buses, fire trucks and police cars. Products available include light bars, sirens, warning signals and required hardware for the installation.

“This agreement allows First Mobile Technologies to be a one-stop solution for our fleet management customers,” said First Vehicle Services Senior VP Dale Domish. “Our goal is to deliver a superior fleet maintenance program that provides both cost-effective and reliable fleet maintenance service to our customers.”

First Mobile Technologies provides mobile laptop mounting solutions, bracketing and docking stations in commercial and emergency vehicles, and offers installation services for laptops, computers and printers.                     

SoundOff Signal is the third-largest distributor of warning-signal products in the country. For more information, visit SoundOffSignal.com.

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