If someone told you 20 years ago that besides the military, the fire service was going to be the only other primary agency using thermal imaging today, would you believe them? Manfred Kihn weighs in.
Commercial vehicle manufacturers Lightning eMotors and REV Group, Inc. announce they are co-developing zero-emission, all-electric ambulances with Leader Emergency Vehicles.
KME Fire Apparatus, a subsidiary of REV Group® and a leading manufacturer of fire apparatus, recently announced the addition of Jones Fire Apparatus Sales LLC as the KME® brand dealer in Ohio.
Rosenbauer America welcomes Vince Anevicius as their new Vice President of Engineering.
E-ONE delivered both units to the Department of National Defense Canada.
The new X-Series is designed to help fire departments navigate the challenges associated with specifying and procuring fire apparatus by offering multiple core models that can be customized with thousands of options to meet their unique needs.
Headquartered in Decatur, Alabama, NAFECO has four branch offices throughout the southeastern United States and has territory managers located in 12 states.
Keeping continuity of the fleet intact was a major reason Bedford again turned to Spartan ER for a new custom pumper and a 100-foot midmount aerial platform quint.
The department wanted a simple, functional design that would work well in the response district. It designed low hosebeds so firefighters would have an easier time stretching hoselines safely, more maneuverability responding through the district, and ample compartment space to carry all the necessary tools now and into the future.
Here is a selection of recent deliveries from across the country.