Spartan Chassis hosted the Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge last week in Charlotte, Michigan, which brought some of the best trained, most physically fit firefighters in North America to compete in the “toughest two minutes in sports.”
KME announced that an order for 21 engines has been placed by the City of Philadelphia. Delivery of the apparatus will begin in early 2012 and will add to the pumpers, aerials and rescue currently in service at the city fire department.
Spartan Chassis, Inc., will host the Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge in Charlotte, Michigan on July 22-23.
Management remained focused on all four pillars of its operational plan during the quarter. The four-part operational plan comprised of offering compelling products, growing profitable market share, achieving and maintaining a strong balance sheet, and effectively managing the company's cost structure, is intended to ensure long-term profitable growth and alignment with shareholder interests.
Spartan Motors, Inc. acquired Classic Fire of Ocala, Fla., an apparatus manufacturer known for performance, durability and value.
Classic Fire brings to SMI growth opportunities enhanced by technology and innovation, people and culture, products and long term strategic fit.
Spartan Motors, Inc. announced improved performance and profitability for its 2010 fourth quarter.
Five Star Fire, a distributor of fire apparatus and emergency equipment, said it has been awarded the distribution rights for SVI Trucks for southern New England.
VT Specialized Vehicles Corporation (VT SVC) has introduced two new Hackney rescue vehicle bodies.
Mark Kniesly, a firefighter with West Hempfield Fire & Rescue in Silver Spring, Pa., believes his department's newest apparatus - an SVI/Spartan heavy rescue with fire suppression capabilities - will be its busiest.