We have a rich history - get to know us better: 

2000 - safety first (10G dynamic test) 

We are the only manufacturer in Europe to have all our vehicles subjected to dynamic testing in accordance with DIN EN 1789. Subjecting all models to this test gives passengers the greatest possible protection in the event of an accident and customers the assurance of the highest quality and safety. 

2001 - A box to the rescue or innovation 

The first ambulance box body is launched on the market, using WAS' proprietary VacuTherm® solution. Unprecedented space and ergonomics with unrestricted access to the patient on all sides, working comfort due to the isotherm of the box, economy in operation, possibility of transferring the box to a new base vehicle, safety in the operation of the ambulance due to even weight distribution. 

2005 - we confirm the safety of our solutions 

Another step forward: The innovative box construction based on the WAS VacuTherm® solution passes the first ever box tilt test. Certification in accordance with DIN 13500/ECE R66 confirms the stability and safety of our solutions.  

2006 - Use of the PSM module for electrical connections 

We were the first on the market to make the electrical connection between the base vehicle and the special body using the PSM module recommended by the vehicle manufacturer. The electrical connection via the PSM module is the ONLY connection accredited by the car manufacturer to the base car installation. Any connections made outside the PSM module will void the base car warranty.  

2013 - Poland's first European Stage II approval 

European full-vehicle approval for Volkswagen Crafter and Mercedes - Benz Sprinter ambulances with a GVW of 3.88 t, allowing us to offer our customers a range of technical solutions without weight restrictions. 

2015 - working with additional support 

We are introducing two assistance systems to facilitate the work of medical teams. The first of its kind, the WAS Door Assist electric assistance system for closing the door on the sanitary container and the WAS Multi-Load Assist electric assistance system for loading the patient on a stretcher into the ambulance. 

2017 - innovations that increase comfort while bringing tangible savings 

We introduce an innovative floor and partition wall design allowing the integration of all the reinforcements used to fix the seats, medical table. We are the first on the market to introduce thermal insulation into the sanitary building elements. This results in greater thermal comfort and savings in the operation of the ambulance, particularly in the consumption of fuel used to heat or cool the patient area.