This year at FDIC International 2016, Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC, manufacturer of Alco-Lite ladders, is proud to announce three new products.
DRL Series of Double-End Roof Ladders. These ladders are our traditional pumper-style roof ladder equipped with roof hooks on both ends, making them ideal for roof scenarios whether dealing with a peak or parapet roof system. They are available in 12-, 14-, 16-, and 20-foot lengths.
PWL-06 with Safety Shoes. This ladder is 5’11¼” in length and is equipped with safety shoes on one end and traditional butt spurs on the other end, making it ideal to use on any ground surface. This ladder is designed for easy access to high first-floor windows without having excessive ladder length obstructing the opening. The ladder was also designed to fit into vehicle compartments that are sized for medical backboards.
- Online Training Academy. This product offers modules on ground ladder testing and repair to NFPA 1932 standards.
For Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC, the most important part of exhibiting at FDIC International is the interaction and feedback that we receive from our customers.
“Every time we attend we are honored to meet the men and women who use our products on a daily basis. We never fail to learn from our customers on ways to continually improve our products to ensure that we continue to offer the safest and most durable ladders on the market,” says Sam Carbis’s David Williamson.
He continues, “The attendees visiting the exhibit hall gain valuable insight into new products and new technologies on the market that are designed to make their jobs easier and safer.”
Williamson concludes, “Attendees are able to meet one on one with the vendors who will have knowledgeable experts at their booths. Most displays at FDIC International allow the attendees to have their hands on the products, giving them a real-world view of how the product can benefit their organization.”
Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC, would also like to encourage each attendee to take full advantage of the conference. By visiting the vendors, taking advantage of training by some of the best instructors in the fire service, and by networking with your counterparts during the week, each attendee will bring home valuable knowledge to help serve their communities better.