Oshkosh Airport Products, LLC, an Oshkosh Corporation (NYSE: OSK) Company, announced today that the company delivered three Striker 8x8 ARFF vehicles to the San Francisco International Airport in California.
The project took nearly three years to finish due to high water tables and the impact of COVID-19. The fire truck is replacing a model from 1982.
In terms of product, the tanker fire truck segment is projected to observe significant growth over the coming years.
Knowing the hazards and risks are important and need to be included in any reviews during training.
If you write purchasing specifications or are contemplating purchasing a new fire truck for structural attack, a grass fire truck, a crash truck for your airport, or an ambulance, you might want to do some research into this proposed standard.
For the past four years, the REV Group has acquired well respected names in the fire service including E-ONE, KME, and Ferrara, and in February, the company added the assets of Spartan, including Smeal and Ladder Tower Company.
Building on the positive experience with a previous order, YYZ has two more 6×6 Panthers, these with the extendible turrets and Stinger piercing systems, which are scheduled for delivery in July.
Commercial Truck Equipment’s team consists of apparatus specialists, technicians, trainers, and more than 300 support staff.
Tyler will oversee all the fire brands including E-ONE, KME, Ferrara, Spartan, Smeal, and Ladder Tower.
The new deal covers purchasing 16 pumpers, nine aerials, four brush trucks, two heavy rescues, two water tenders, two ARFF units, one bomb unit, one cliff rescue unit, and one hazmat unit.