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                    [post_content] => SVI Trucks will soon be completing this Plano, TX, Fire-Rescue Walk-In Hazmat, built on a Metro Star chassis with 24-inch raised roof. Featuring dual Power Gear slideouts, this unit features 130 sq. ft. of usable interior space behind the cab command center, in addition to a 11-foot-long rear galley, bringing the overall length to 38 ft.-6½ in. Each slideout accommodates a full-width squad bench with dual recessed-mounted SCBA air pack brackets. The galley is equipped with a Norcold refrigerator, powder-coated cabinets and Austin front drawer release slide-out drawers. Select exterior compartments feature Shelf-Trac mounting and OnScene Solutions’ Access LED lighting. SVI Trucks anticipates December completion.

Read more: Product of the Day: SVI Trucks — Plano, TX, Fire-Rescue Walk-In Hazmat
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                    [post_content] => It’s good to be in the trailer business right now. ACT Research reported the third quarter of 2018 posted the strongest monthly net order volume ever, with more than 58,000 units ordered in September alone.

Several factors are contributing to the high demand, as Frank Maly, director of commercial vehicle transportation analysis and research for ACT, points out, citing strong freight demand, tight capacity, and rising contract and spot market rates.

Truck News spoke with a few trailer manufacturers and dealers to get their thoughts on what is driving the hot trailer market, what’s in highest demand, and how tariffs and other factors are affecting pricing.

Heating up the market
Mack Keay is the branch manager for Ocean Trailer’s Winnipeg, Man., location, and he said it’s difficult to pinpoint any single reason why the trailer market is doing so well.

“We are seeing a lot of new businesses entering the industry, much more than normal,” said Keay. “They all want new equipment starting out. That is a big reason for increased sales at our dealership.”

On the other hand, Keay is not seeing his long-term customers looking to replace their old equipment.

“If companies were replacing old equipment, we would be seeing lots of trade-ins, and we just aren’t seeing that,” he said. “There is very little for late model used trailers in the market. So, the state of freight is encouraging companies to add to their fleets rather than just update them.”

Tank trailer manufacturer Tremcar has benefited from robust demand south of the border.

Read more: The trailer market’s hot
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                    [post_content] => The first of Rio Rancho’s new bond-funded emergency vehicles are on the road.

Rio Rancho Fire Rescue Department put its new fire engine, based at Station 1 on Southern Boulevard, into service Dec. 6, and was training firefighters on operation of its new ladder truck last week, in preparation to put it into service.

“This is a game-changer, definitely, for the crews,” said fire Capt. Jason Deberg.

Also, Rio Rancho Police Department has four new Dodge Ram pickups, mainly for SWAT team members who also patrol, with another 46 vehicles expected.

In March, about 73 percent of City of Rio Rancho voters approved a $4.1 million general obligation bond to replace worn-out emergency vehicles and breathing apparatus for firefighters.

For instance, the new ladder truck replaces one that was 23 years old and having maintenance problems.

“Because it’s different than previous ladder trucks we had, we have to bring Pierce (fire truck manufacturer) out to do training on it,” said Deputy Chief Richard Doty.

The new truck has a 107-foot-long ladder, compared to the 75-foot ladder on the old one. Doty said a longer ladder would allow firefighters to better reach the taller buildings in town.

The ladder truck, which will also be based at Station 1, has up-to-date safety features, including backup and side-view cameras, side airbags, roll-over protection and collision protection to keep the ladder from banging against the roof of the truck. The new engine has some of the same features.

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                    [post_content] => Braun Industries is pleased to announce that they will be manufacturing the new ambulance units for the Detroit Fire Department. The city of Detroit placed an order for 49 new Chief XL ambulances. Under the five-year contract, Braun Industries delivered 14 new units by the end of 2017. The remaining 35 new ambulances will be built and delivered over the next 4 years, with 9 in 2018, 9 in 2019, 9 in 2020, and the final 8 in 2021. All ambulances will be the popular Braun Chief XL, a model that delivers one of the highest usable payloads in the Fire & EMS industry.

Chad Brown, VP of Sales & Marketing at Braun Industries says, “We at Braun are extremely excited and proud to deliver the city of Detroit their new Braun ambulances. “[We’ve] worked with the city of Detroit to design and build a purpose-built ambulance for the paramedics and EMTs of Detroit. We look forward to continuing this great relationship for years to come!”

The Chief XL is Braun’s number one selling ambulance model. It is available in Type I or Type III configurations and boasts 72” of headroom height and 169” in length. As with all Braun ambulance models, the Chief XL is made using SolidBody™ Construction, a process unique to Braun that creates the body as one integrated module from .125” flat sheet, marine grade aluminum. The floor, roof, sides and doors are all constructed from brake formed parts with fully welded seams, reducing weight and adding strength. This helps the ambulance absorb impact, minimize transferred damage, and provide added safety. Both safety and space were important factors to the city of Detroit, making this model an exceptional choice.

The city of Detroit units are mounted on the Ford F-550 chassis. The layout/design of the module was developed with Detroit’s first responders in mind. Each ambulance features customized interior console layouts, customized exterior compartment sizes, and customized interior cabinets. They also include Braun’s exclusive E-Z O2 lift oxygen cylinder lift and storage compartment, Havis docking stations and mounts for the console, and Ferno InX cots and mounts for patient transport and loading.

Read more: Ohio Ambulance Manufacturer, Braun Industries, Awarded Contract for Detroit Fire Department
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                    [post_content] => During the past decade, many events have shaped the fire apparatus industry, including the EPA diesel engine emissions requirements, changes to NFPA 1901: Standard for Automotive Fire Apparatus, along with strong economic recovery from the recession of 2007 to 2009. Fire apparatus fleet replacement programs suffered due to a variety of outside forces and, as a result, many departments had to play catch-up to enhance the operational readiness of their vehicle fleet.

Several years back, the fire apparatus industry suffered a significant downturn in the number of both commercial and custom chassis apparatus that were sold, which resulted in fewer units built. As municipalities struggled to maintain a stable tax rate with decreasing revenues, many capital projects were placed on hold, which directly impacted new apparatus orders. In many fire departments, the result was increased maintenance and operational costs along with extended life cycle times for both front-line and reserve units. Those departments that were empowered to purchase new fire apparatus had some degree of improved buying power, with increased competition among the manufacturers along with a compressed delivery time. During this period, custom pumpers could be completed within as little as six to seven months with aerial devices taking just a few months longer.

Read more: Apparatus Architect: Delivery Details & Schedules
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                    [post_content] => The Lowboy Semitrailer report divides the market of potential buyers into different groups, or segments/sub segments, based on various characteristics. The segments and sub segments identified contain buyer who are expected to respond or react similarly to certain products and services.

The latest market research report titled Lowboy Semitrailer Market offers a detailed evaluation of the market situation within a specific geographic region. This Lowboy Semitrailer Market study contains vital data on market shifts owing to social, economic, cultural and technological changes worldwide. Explaining market opportunities remains the key focus of the study. Industry experts analysing the business environment also take a closer look at the organizational alignment as well as the capital structure.

The Lowboy Semitrailer Market further aims at providing insight into:

Read more: Lowboy Semitrailer Market – Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2018 – 2025
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                    [post_content] => Pierce Manufacturing Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation (NYSE:OSK) company, has delivered five Pierce Enforcer pumpers and an Ascendant 107’ Aerial Ladder to the City of Mobile, Alabama Fire and Rescue Department. The delivery represents the first Pierce apparatus to be put into service for the department.

Mark Sealy is Fire Chief for the City of Mobile Fire and Rescue Department. “As our fleet began to age, we understood the critical need to put apparatus into service that could run everywhere from compact downtown areas, protected ports, and rural West Mobile,” said Chief Sealy. “The most remarkable element of designing our trucks from the ground up was the quality incorporated into every feature from the hinges and doors, to the user-friendly design that addressed all of our department’s needs.”

With a number of fire stations built in the early 1900’s and serving a community at heightened risk for tropical storms, the City of Mobile Fire and Rescue Department customized the engines to be compact apparatus with a short wheelbase, allowing for greater maneuverability to fit into tight stations without sacrificing performance. Other features include high-visibility scene lighting, TAK-4Ò Independent Front Suspension, 500 gallon water tank, Waterous 2000 gpm Pump, and more.

“It’s clear the City of Mobile Fire and Rescue Department is committed to providing the highest level of service and safety, and our team is proud to supply these dedicated first responders with quality apparatus that allow them to focus on the lifesaving tasks they face each day,” said Jeff Kuntz, owner of Emergency Equipment Professionals. “It was an honor to be chosen to assist with an order of such significance, and we look forward to continuing our partnership to help meet the department’s needs into the future.”

The City of Mobile Fire and Rescue Department covers 210 square miles and serves 244,376 citizens from 20 fire stations. As the largest municipality on the Gulf Coast, the city features urban and rural neighborhoods, mid- to high-rise office buildings, and two airports.

Read more: Pierce Delivers 5 Enforcer Pumpers and 1 Ascendant 107’ Aerial Ladder to Mobile, AL
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                    [post_content] => Semi-Trailer market Report studies current as well as future aspects of the Semi-Trailer Industry. the Semi-Trailer market provides Semi-Trailer demand, trends and segmentation analysis. Global Semi-Trailer industry report presents the up to date and useful market insights stating the product definition, product type, variety of applications.

Description: “A semi-trailer is a trailer without a front axle. A large proportion of its weight is supported by a tractor unit, a detachable front axle assembly known as a dolly, or the tail of another trailer. , A semi-trailer is normally equipped with landing gear (legs which can be lowered) to support it when it is uncoupled.”,

Top key players of industry are covered in Semi-Trailer Industry Research Report:

CIMC, Wabash National, Schmitz Cargobull, Great Dane, Hyundai Translead, Utility Trailer, Krone, Stoughton, Kogel, Welton, SDC, Schwarzmüller Group….
The worldwide market for Semi-Trailer Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly xx% over the next five years, will reach xx million US$ in 2023, from xx million US$ in 2018.

Split by product type, with production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, can be divided into:

Flatbed Semi-Trailer, Lowboy Semi-Trailer, Dry Van Semi-Trailer, Refrigerated Semi-Trailer, Other
Split by application, this report focuses on consumption, market share and growth rate of Semi-Trailer market in each application and can be divided into:

Logistics, Chemical, Food, Cement, Oil and gas, Other
Global Semi-Trailer Market: Regional Segment Analysis (Regional Production Volume, Consumption Volume, Revenue and Growth Rate 2013-2023):

North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia, Spain and Benelux)
Asia Pacific (China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia and Australia)
Latin America (Brazil, Argentina and Colombia)
Middle East and Africa

Read more: Semi-Trailer Market Manufacturers, Suppliers, In-depth Research on Market Dynamics, Export Research Report and Forecast to 2023
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                    [post_content] => Emergency Ambulance market Report studies current as well as future aspects of the Emergency Ambulance Industry. the Emergency Ambulance market provides Emergency Ambulance demand, trends and segmentation analysis. Global Emergency Ambulance industry report presents the up to date and useful market insights stating the product definition, product type, variety of applications.

Description: Emergency Ambulance is a medical vehicle which is used to transport and rescue patients.,

Top key players of industry are covered in Emergency Ambulance Industry Research Report:

TOYOTA, Horton, NISSAN, Leader Ambulance, FUSO, Life Line Emergency Vehicles, AEV, WAS, BAUS AT, EMS, Macneillie, Braun, Rodriguez Lopez Auto, BHPL, JSV, DEMERS, Huachen Auto Group, BYRON (ETT), GRUAU, Osage Industries, First Priority Emergency Vehicles, EXCELLANCE….

 

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                    [post_content] => Wading through truck and trailer production statistics is a tricky business. Who’s providing these numbers, are they sales quotes or actual orders, what trailers are we counting, so on and so forth. And above all else – what exactly do they mean?

Even a seasoned journalist like long-term Trailer/Body Builders editor Paul Schenck – who dedicated his entire career to covering trailer and truck body manufacturers – needed to conduct in-depth research to make sense of the annual sales figures, and several pages to explain their relevance to readers.

In other words, making actionable sense of gobs of figures requires the skills of a patient professional, and the considerable resources of a publication that takes pride in being the only magazine for people who produce and sell commercial truck bodies, trailers and truck equipment.

Fortunately, Trailer/Body Builders magazine, which has analyzed truck and trailer statistics for more than 60 years, is here to help. Our Truck-tistics archive, which dates to November 1975, preserves decades of production reporting by Schenck and others – much of it previously found only in print – making the information quick and easy to use for today’s manufacturing executives. (For current reports on production by the top 25 trailer manufacturers, refer to our Trailer Output Report)

Statistical analyses of truck and trailer production didn’t originate in 1975, to be sure. Manufacturers, and their sales and marketing managers, have attempted to crunch the numbers, and create accurate forecasts for future production, since the first semi-truck was built more than 100 years ago.

But that year did give us the first “The Alcoa Forecast of Trends in the Truck Trailer Industry,” presented at the 1975 Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association board meeting by then-Alcoa Market analyst William Clingler, which spurred Trailer/Body Builders’ efforts to dive deeper into the available reports, including the one then produced by the US Department of Commerce’s Census Bureau, and form more accurate predictions about truck and trailers sales in the future.

Read more: Comprehensive list of historical truck and trailer production figures
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            [post_content] => SVI Trucks will soon be completing this Plano, TX, Fire-Rescue Walk-In Hazmat, built on a Metro Star chassis with 24-inch raised roof. Featuring dual Power Gear slideouts, this unit features 130 sq. ft. of usable interior space behind the cab command center, in addition to a 11-foot-long rear galley, bringing the overall length to 38 ft.-6½ in. Each slideout accommodates a full-width squad bench with dual recessed-mounted SCBA air pack brackets. The galley is equipped with a Norcold refrigerator, powder-coated cabinets and Austin front drawer release slide-out drawers. Select exterior compartments feature Shelf-Trac mounting and OnScene Solutions’ Access LED lighting. SVI Trucks anticipates December completion.

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