Associations, Fire Department, Pumpers

E-ONE Delivers 18 Tradition Pumpers

Issue 11 and Volume 14.

E-ONE recently delivered 18 Tradition pumpers – nine to the Smith County Fire Department in Tennessee and nine to the Ware County Fire Department in Georgia.  

“Our first new truck in 1984 was an E-ONE four-wheel-drive mini pumper which is still in service after 25 years with no major repairs or down-time,” said Smith County Chief Jacky Carver. 

“When it came time to purchase our nine pumpers, we again turned to E-ONE.”  

Manufactured in the same plant as E-ONE’s highly customized apparatus, the Tradition product line was designed for quality and affordability.

“We were looking for a durable, price-compatible truck to put in our volunteer stations,” said Ware County Assistant Chief Jesse Jordan. “We were very satisfied with the quality of the apparatus and our overall E-ONE experience.”

The Tradition product line is NFPA compliant and offers a variety of configurations to meet varying needs. It features E-ONE standard interlocking aluminum extrusions and plating to endure the rigors of emergency response for years of service.

E-ONE, headquartered in Ocala, Fla., is a leading manufacturer of first responder vehicles. For information, go to www.e-one.com.

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