Alain Brunelle

As President and General Manager of Demers Ambulances, Alain brings the company a solid experience in both strategic development and product development. In the past 10 years, he has created and directed many task forces within the Demers Ambulances organization, in order to reduce cost and increase productivity, contributing to a better strategic position of the company. He is recognized as an industry leader in strategic planning, team building, and also for his integrity.  His experience in other highly technical and unique vehicle construction endeavours has been used to further improve the Demers Ambulances overall production capabilities, and quality control.


  • Strategic vision, short and long term planning
  • Excellent leadership for effective team building
  • Experienced Success  in product development and improvement
  • Realized cost reduction through production efficiencies
  • Increased performance and productivity
  • Strong health and safety consciousness and knowledge
Member of “Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec”
2004 Master in Business administration, Mc Gill University
(with a major in health and safety)
2003 International Program in Practicing Management (Lancaster University (Great Britain), McGill University (Canada), Indsead (France), Indian Institute of Management (Bangalore, India), Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Japan), Korean Development Institute (Korea)
1982 Baccalaureate, Mechanical Engineering, Sherbrooke University
2007-Present Demers Ambulances :
Emergency Vehicle Manufacturer, delivering ambulances worldwide.
President and General Manager
2004-2005 Camoplast: Track vehicle manufacturer.
Vice-President general manager
1987-2003 Bombardier (Recreational Product Group)
2001-2003 : Vice-President General manager (Industrial division)
1998-2001: Vice-President General manager (ATV division)
1997-1998 : President, (Ski Doo Division)
1996-1997 : Vice-president, executive product development
1993-1996 : Vice-president engineering (Ski Doo Division)
1987-1993: Director Engineering (Sea-Doo Division)