Jones County (MS) Fire Service Chooses Ferrara FC-94™ Custom Pumpers as Part of Order of Six New Fire Apparatus

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Ferrara Fire Apparatus®, a subsidiary of REV Group®, and a leading manufacturer of fire apparatus, is pleased to announce that Jones County (Mississippi) Fire Service has selected Ferrara to provide the city with three (3) FC-94 Custom Pumpers and three (3) Freightliner® commercial pumpers.

Key features of the FC-94 Top Mount Custom Pumpers include:

  • 94” wide, extended medium aluminum cab with a 10” raised roof
  • Cummins 380 hp engine
  • Allison 3000 EVS™ transmission
  • Meritor® axles
  • 3/16” modular aluminum double high side rescue body
  • Roller shutter compartment doors
  • 1,000 gallon polypropylene water tank
  • Hale QFlo 1250 gpm pump
  • FoamPro® 1600 foam system with 20-gallon foam cell

Key features of the Freightliner pumpers include:

  • Freightliner M2-106 four-door chassis
  • 3/16” modular aluminum double high side rescue body
  • Cummins 350 hp engine
  • Roller shutter compartment doors
  • 1,000 gallon polypropylene water tank
  • Hale QFlo 1250 gpm pump

According to Jones County Fire Coordinator Kyle Brooks, this order is for replacement trucks. He said the department chose the Ferrara FC-94 due to its great price point and the county’s previous work with Ferrara.

“Being able to get a custom pumper in that price range was a main determining factor,’’ Brooks said. “We’ve also been very satisfied with the Ferrara fire trucks we’ve purchased in the past. It was a unanimous decision to go with Ferrara. These trucks are really going to benefit Jones County.”

Brooks said Jones County Fire Service is comprised of 18 volunteer departments, one combination department and one full-time department. “We appreciate Jones County Fire Service continuing to trust in Ferrara for their fire apparatus needs,” said Bert McCutcheon, Vice President and General Manger for Ferrara. “We know these six trucks will meet the specific needs of this department as they serve and protect the citizens of Jones County.”

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