By Nick TaitCNN Sports EditorIn the world of medical equipment, Turkey has a reputation for its quality and innovation.
In the past decade, Turkey produced a record number of ambulances and is one of the top-10 countries in terms of hospital supply and operating room capacity.
Its rapid expansion in recent years has seen it leapfrog its traditional competitors to become one of Europe’s largest producers of ambulance and hospital equipment.
A new survey by CNN/Turksey and the Turkish Association of Medical Equipment shows the country has the fifth-highest share of ambulant vehicles in the world and the third-highest in the Middle East.
The survey, conducted in July, found that the country accounted for 22.6% of the total world’s ambulant fleet.
The United States, France and Germany were the top three countries.
While it is unclear what exactly is in those vehicles, the survey suggests that the Turkish government and some of its key figures are at least aware of their role in the development of the ambulances.
One of the key drivers for the government to make the vehicles was the demand from patients in Turkey’s overcrowded hospitals, with some experts suggesting that the vehicles could be used to transport patients to remote locations to save time and resources.
This is also one of a few countries in the region that has an industrial capacity for ambulant equipment.
In fact, it is the only one in the MENA that has a significant industrial base.
“We are aware of the importance of ambulatory equipment,” said Bilgin Cengiz, CEO of the Turkish company, Ambulance Turksey.
“In the past few years, we have developed a new ambulance model, and we are using that as a platform for further improvement.”
Ambulant Vehicles The first ambulant ambulance was created in 1894 in Istanbul by the engineer Gültey Sankaran.
He had invented the first ambulance with two wheels, called the “Külktuğ,” or “Crow” ambulance, which is now used around the world.
The Sankarans also developed the first fully automatic ambulant with a wheel.
The first ambulance in the United States was developed by an entrepreneur in the 1860s, George F. Jones.
He called the ambulance the “Chalmers,” after the two-wheeled vehicle that he designed.
His company built and sold ambulances in the 1880s, but he did not see a market for the first ambulances until the 1880ing.
In 1908, the American Civil War ended the Civil War and the American Revolution.
In that era, the U.S. was at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution and the first major market for ambulances was in the Pacific Northwest, with ships carrying troops.
The first full-sized ambulances arrived in Seattle, Washington in 1915.
The world has changed a lot since then.
Ambulances are used by soldiers on the front lines in Afghanistan, where there is no road network, and are used for emergency evacuation to the frontlines of war zones.
They are used as part of air support, for medical evacuations and to ferry troops and supplies to and from hospitals.
The modern ambulances have become part of our lives.
It has changed our lives, and has given us an opportunity to experience life in a more modern way.
They still need a lot more experience with them.””
I think they have a lot of potential, but I think the American public is still a bit skeptical.
They still need a lot more experience with them.”
The World Health Organization (WHO) is in the process of reviewing the latest ambulant technology, with a focus on mobility and safety.
The European Union and the U,S.
are also developing the first-ever ambulant, the Humvee.
It is designed to be able, with the right equipment, to go anywhere in the ambulance.
Ambulles have been used for more than 150 years to transport people to and fro.
The World Health Assembly in Geneva is expected to announce its decision in December, and the European Parliament is expected in July to approve a draft law on the use of ambulants in the next year.
Ambulations are expected to grow in importance as the aging population continues to grow and new infections mount.
But a majority of those who have been injured or killed in recent times have been on the road to recovery.
The number of people injured on the roads has nearly tripled since 2006, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
More and more ambulances are being used to evacuate people, such as in Afghanistan.
And now in China, the government has