Spectrum Aeromed, an air ambulance medical interior designer and manufacturer, was awarded North Dakota’s 2018 Exporter of the Year by the North Dakota Trade Office (NDTO). Based out of Fargo’s Hector International Airport, Spectrum Aeromed sells life-saving equipment around the globe. Over the past 28 years Spectrum Aeromed has built a worldwide reputation for their specialized safety solutions and expertise. 

Spectrum Aeromed was presented the award in recognition of their expansion to a total of 23 international markets and ongoing commitment to innovation, as well as their sponsorship of the Association of Critical Care Transport, a non-profit patient advocacy group.

“It’s so important to recognize the individuals, businesses and organizations that are bolstering North Dakota’s economy and also to demonstrate the support they have here at the NDTO and within our state government,” said Simon Wilson, executive director of the North Dakota Trade Office. “We are a state dependent on exports and organizations such as Spectrum Aeromed …are pushing North Dakota to the world stage and providing further economic opportunities to North Dakotans.”

“Our company mission is to save lives, and we’re grateful that we get to do that on an international scale,” said Tammy Enright, SVP and Business Manager. “This award recognizes the hard work and passion of our team and our devotion to enriching our local community, and we are very thankful for the support.”

Spectrum Aeromed can design and manufacture customized Air Ambulance requirements for clients. If you have an air ambulance need for your rotor-wing or fixed-wing aircraft, please visit our website at Spectrum-Aeromed.com