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                    [post_content] => The latest addition to family-owned James Hall & Co’s refrigerated transport fleet is by preferred supplier Gray & Adams and features the electric rear shutter door which it now specifies as a matter of course.

The Preston-based operator is a primary wholesaler to SPAR retailers throughout the north of England, and distributes to more than 600 stores. Its new 11.4m urban double-deck trailer is built on a tandem-axle ‘wheel box’ chassis, employs a Thermo King Spectrum multi-temperature refrigeration system, and is fitted with a hydraulically tilting, 1,500 kg Dhollandia column tail-lift.

Using a key fob, the driver can open and close its JR Industries’ electric shutter door simply and quickly during deliveries. Not only does this solution enhance load security, but it also contributes to increased health and safety by eliminating risks of strains or other injuries.

A Gray & Adams customer for more than 20 years, James Hall & Co operates from a purpose-built head office and distribution centre overlooking Junction 31a of the M6. It runs approximately 70 vehicles built by the UK’s leading manufacturer of temperature-controlled road transport equipment – as well as other 11.4m urban double-deck trailers, the line-up includes 13.6m single- and double-deck trailers, rigid trucks, and dry freight trailers.

Gray & Adams presented one of James Hall & Co’s laned, 26-pallet single-deck trailers with Carrier Transicold Vector 1950 multi-temperature refrigeration unit and electric shutter door outside the National Exhibition Centre at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show.

The operator can trace its roots back to 1863, when James Hall opened a bacon cutting business and retail shop in Southport. Now one of Lancashire’s largest employers, James Hall & Co is also a food manufacturer, producing a wide range of products, from bread to bacon, cakes to cheese, and samosas to sandwiches, and a retailer, through its ownership of 140 SPAR stores. In addition to its core SPAR activities, the company owns other non-food businesses.

James Hall & Co Fleet Engineering Manager Ian Farnworth explains: “By delivering fresh food to store six days a week, we allow our retailers to improve product availability and maximise product life, order hundreds of fresh items in small volumes, control waste and react to changes in demand.

“We maintain an excellent distribution service level of 99%, and that is only possible because we use the finest transport equipment. Crucially, while other manufacturers struggle to provide anything beyond an ‘off the peg’ product, Gray & Adams will design and build bespoke trailers and truck bodies which are perfectly tailored to our needs.

“To underline this point,” he continues, “our latest trailer is based on one that Gray & Adams first produced for us back in 2012, but it’s been revamped to incorporate a number of refinements. These include the electric shutter door, which is still a relatively new concept for us, but has proved very popular with our drivers from a practicality point of view.

Read more: SPAR distributor turns once again to Gray and Adams
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                    [post_content] => HTF MI recently introduced Fire Truck Market Market study with in-depth overview, describing about the Product / Industry Scope and elaborates market outlook and status to 2023. The market Study is segmented by key regions which is accelerating the marketization. At present, the market is developing its presence and some of the key players from the complete study are Rosenbauer, Oshkosh, MORITA, Magirus, E-ONE, Ziegler, Gimaex, KME, Darley, Bronto Skylift, Ferrara Fire, Zhongzhuo, CFE, Tianhe, YQ AULD LANG REAL & Jieda Fire-protection etc.

This report studies the Fire Truck Market market size, industry status and forecast, competition landscape and growth opportunity. This research report categorizes the Fire Truck Market market by companies, region, type and end-use industry.

Browse 100+ market data Tables and Figures spread through Pages and in-depth TOC on ” Fire Truck Market Market by Type (, Fire fighting vehicle, Elevating fire truck & Special fire truck), by End-Users/Application (Municipal fire, Industrial fire & (ARFF) Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting), Organization Size, Industry, and Region – Forecast to 2023″. Early buyers will receive 10% customization on comprehensive study.

In order to get a deeper view of Market Size, competitive landscape is provided i.e. Revenue (Million USD) by Players (2013-2018), Revenue Market Share (%) by Players (2013-2018) and further a qualitative analysis is made towards market concentration rate, product/service differences, new entrants and the technological trends in future.

Competitive Analysis:
The key players are highly focusing innovation in production technologies to improve efficiency and shelf life. The best long-term growth opportunities for this sector can be captured by ensuring ongoing process improvements and financial flexibility to invest in the optimal strategies. Company profile section of players such as Rosenbauer, Oshkosh, MORITA, Magirus, E-ONE, Ziegler, Gimaex, KME, Darley, Bronto Skylift, Ferrara Fire, Zhongzhuo, CFE, Tianhe, YQ AULD LANG REAL & Jieda Fire-protection includes its basic information like legal name, website, headquarters, its market position, historical background and top 5 closest competitors by Market capitalization / revenue along with contact information. Each player/ manufacturer revenue figures, growth rate and gross profit margin is provided in easy to understand tabular format for past 5 years and a separate section on recent development like mergers, acquisition or any new product/service launch etc.

Market Segments:
The Fire Truck Market Market has been divided into type, application, and region.
On The Basis Of Type: , Fire fighting vehicle, Elevating fire truck & Special fire truck.
On The Basis Of Application: Municipal fire, Industrial fire & (ARFF) Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting
On The Basis Of Region, this report is segmented into following key geographies, with production, consumption, revenue (million USD), and market share, growth rate of Fire Truck Market in these regions, from 2013 to 2023 (forecast), covering
• North America (U.S. & Canada) {Market Revenue (USD Billion), Growth Analysis (%) and Opportunity Analysis}
• Latin America (Brazil, Mexico & Rest of Latin America) {Market Revenue (USD Billion), Growth Share (%) and Opportunity Analysis}
• Europe (The U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Sweden & RoE) {Market Revenue (USD Billion), Growth Share (%) and Opportunity Analysis}
• Asia-Pacific (China, India, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Rest of Asia) {Market Revenue (USD Billion), Growth Share (%) and Opportunity Analysis}
• Middle East & Africa (GCC, South Africa, North Africa, RoMEA) {Market Revenue (USD Billion), Growth Share (%) and Opportunity Analysis}
• Rest of World {Market Revenue (USD Billion), Growth Analysis (%) and Opportunity Analysis}

Read more: Fire Truck Market: Growing Demand, Geographical Segmentation, Analysis of Leading Players by 2023
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                    [post_content] => Commercial truck manufacturer Navistar says it plans to make capital investments of approximately $125 million in new and expanded manufacturing facilities in Alabama, leading to an additional 145 jobs at its Huntsville facility.

The company, which already manufactures International brand diesel engines at the Huntsville AL plant, said it will make the investments over the next three years as it seeks to develop next-generation, big-bore powertrains with global partner TRATON.

“Over the last two decades, the state of Alabama has been a wonderful partner for Navistar as we have developed and produced big-bore engines and other products in the state,” said Persio Lisboa, Navistar’s executive vice president and chief operating officer. “Today, we are excited to have the opportunity to expand our presence in Alabama, while adding to our array of next-generation products.”

The principal engine currently built at Navistar’s Huntsville plant is the International A26, a 12.4-liter big-bore engine that is offered in Class 8 on-highway trucks such as the International LT Series and RH Series, as well as in vocational trucks such as the International HV Series and HX Series.

The principal engine currently built at Navistar’s Huntsville plant is the International A26, a 12.4-liter big-bore engine that is offered in Class 8 on-highway trucks such as the International LT Series and RH Series, as well as in vocational trucks such as the International HV Series and HX Series.

“Navistar has been a longstanding corporate partner in our community and we are glad to see the company continues to see Huntsville as a strategic part of their growth strategy,” said Tommy Battle, Mayor of Huntsville. “We welcome the new production component to Navistar’s manufacturing operations and look forward to a successful future.”

Read more: Navistar to invest $125 million in Huntsville AL facility
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                    [post_content] => Firefighters have a variety of material from which to choose when specifying apparatus bodies. Stainless steel, aluminum, plastics and even some high-tech composite materials are available, and all have advantages.

For decades, fire apparatus was made out of good old-fashioned steel. While there are a few mom-and-pop operations still using steel, most builders use aluminum. Many use stainless and some use polypropylene in the manufacturing of fire apparatus bodies.

Recently, Firehouse spoke with apparatus manufacturers and fire truck body builders to learn about material differences.

Sutphen Corporation, a fire truck builder in Dublin, OH, uses aluminum and stainless steel materials in the construction of apparatus.

“We build pumpers using stainless steel or aluminum,” said Zach Rudy, Sutphen’s director of sales and marketing. “Our aerials have aluminum ladders and stainless steel bodies.”

Justin Howell, Sutphen’s sales territory manager, said the company uses 3/16-inch thick aluminum to construct bodies—a much thicker material than some of its competitors.

“It’s stronger and welding is better with minimal warping,” Howell said, noting that welding thin material can weaken it, and warping requires filler to make body surfaces look even remotely smooth.

Bolted Stainless Steel Bodies
When Sutphen uses stainless steel to build a body, it is done in a modular way and panels are bolted together, said Howell. He added that it is challenging to weld stainless steel and requires perfect conditions and meticulous attention to welding speeds and temperatures.

Bolting the panels together avoids welding and also makes it easier to repair when collision damage happens, Howell said.

“You just unbolt [the damaged area] and bolt it back on,” he said. “It gets that $1 million piece of apparatus back in service quicker.”

Stainless is considerably more expensive than aluminum in most cases, Rudy said. The advantage, however, is that stainless is considerably more corrosion resistant than aluminum.

Because of recent tariffs on metals, the cost of raw metals has gone up 40 to 60 percent, Rudy said, noting that other components using metal, like engines, cost more now because of the tariffs as well.

“The cost of a truck has gone up $3,000 to $8,000,” Rudy said. “Cummins engines have gone up. Axles have gone up. Everything has gone up whether it’s our sheet metal, or parts, everything has gone up in price.”

Rudy said Sutphen has “taken the hit internal,” and not passed along the full cost of the tariffs to the customer. “We cut our margins as well,” Rudy said. “It’s not a fun topic to talk about.”

Customers in areas where there’s a lot of salt, brine or other chemicals used for snow removal will often specify stainless steel bodies, Howell said.

The heavier stainless steel body means the apparatus will need heavy axles and heavier suspension to handle the additional weight.

Read more: With Apparatus Body Materials, There Are Choices
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                    [post_content] => Original equipment manufacturer, and third-generation business, Barker Trailers, was awarded ’2019 Leader in Workforce Skills Development’ at the Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards held last week in the Docklands, Victoria.

The Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards has been running since 2001 and recognises Victorian manufacturers that have made an ongoing impact on the industry through innovation, investment and trade and supply connections.

“We know that recognising the outstanding achievements of the state’s manufacturing industry is important, and the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards are a vital part of this,” said Minister for Jobs, Innovation and Trade, Martin Pakula.

“Our manufacturing industry is innovative and internationally competitive, with strong growth in exports, business confidence and capital investment over the past year,” he said.

Barker Trailers CEO, Simon Meadows, told The Maryborough District Advertiser that the business is honoured to be recognised for its hard work.

“The State Government acknowledges manufacturing each year through these awards and for them to acknowledge what we do and our investment in people and skill development is fantastic,” he said.

Victoria’s manufacturing industry contributes more than $30 billion to the state’s economy annually and employs nearly 280,000 people.

Read more: Barker Trailers recognised for manufacturing excellence
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                    [post_content] => When it comes to storing and transporting equipment, responders need to prioritize and be thoughtful in fulfilling needs. Manufacturers can accommodate virtually everything, but planning and communication is required from the start.

Rescue trucks and fire apparatus are designed to carry lots of equipment to do a variety of jobs. Many have characterized apparatus as tool boxes on wheels, and as such, careful consideration is needed to make sure all the tools and equipment fit.

“We do like to know what’s being planned from the beginning,” said Peter Darley, executive vice president and chief operating officer of W.S. Darley & Co., an apparatus builder headquartered in Itasca, IL. “We need to know what will be carried for a weight aspect and so we can provide the right trays, brackets and mounts.”

Darley said the kind of apparatus will dictate the amount of equipment it will carry. “Just starting with the priorities will dictate the kind of apparatus,” he said. “Maybe water becomes more important than equipment, or if it’s a rescue, water might not come into play at all.”

As a general rule, Darley said the more equipment carried, the more planning should go into specifying apparatus.

Darley also said that standardization should be a consideration for departments so all rescue trucks, for example, are laid out the same and all engines are the same as well to make training and operations easier.

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                    [post_content] => The emerging technology in global Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Vehicle market can be depicted in this report with forecast 2019-2025. Facets which are giving a push to flourish growth in the market, and are fostering the rise of this current market trends is clarified in detail. The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Vehicle report offers enlightening and comprehensive information in consideration for example key advancements, inventions, their revenue Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Vehicle information analysis, mergers and application plans, and economic footprint. On the grounds of segmentation, the market was classified into Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Vehicle industry verticals, the technologies used, end-users, product type, as well as leading geography.

Scope of the Report:

Even the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Vehicle product types are considered extremely competitive, rapidly growing, and affected by new product improvements and launch activities of market participants. In the report, principal and secondary Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Vehicle research methods are employed to demand and distribution of industry. This Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Vehicle information has been accumulated by tools, opinion leaders, industry pros, vendors, traders, and raw material supplier and manufacturers. Primary advice is additionally provided by research on Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Vehicle key players, segmentation, commodity types, materials providers and downstream buyers.

Read more: Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Vehicle Market SWOT Analysis by Key Outlook from 2019-2025
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                    [post_content] => Global Rescue Emergency Fire Truck Market Research Report Forecast to 2024

The worldwide market for Rescue Emergency Fire Truck is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly  over the next five years, will reach  million US$ in 2024, from  million US$ in 2019.

This report focuses on the Rescue Emergency Fire Truck in global market, especially in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa. This report categorizes the market based on manufacturers, regions, type and application.

Asia Pacific and North America region accounts for the largest market for Rescue Emergency Fire Truck. Different Rescue Emergency Fire Truck have different geographical market share according to the prevalence of the end use applications. China is the largest producer as well as consumer of most of the Rescue Emergency Fire Truck followed by USA.

Rescue Emergency Fire Truck used in the plastics industry is majorly produced in China. However North America region accounts for the highest demand for pharmaceutical grade compounds. Western Europe is another major market for Rescue Emergency Fire Truck.

The global Rescue Emergency Fire Truck market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2024.

This report focuses on Rescue Emergency Fire Truck volume and value at global level, regional level and company level. From a global perspective, this report represents overall Rescue Emergency Fire Truck market size by analyzing historical data and future prospect. Regionally, this report focuses on several key regions: North America, Europe, China and Japan.

At company level, this report focuses on the production capacity, ex-factory price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer covered in this report.

Read more: How Rescue Emergency Fire Truck Market Development is Changing Business Needs?
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                    [post_content] => The truck trailer manufacturing market includes companies manufacturing truck trailers, truck trailer chassis, cargo container chassis, detachable trailer bodies and detachable trailer chassis for sale separately. For example, automobile transporter trailers, boat transporter trailers, dump trailers, flatbed trailers, horse trailers, logging trailers, semi-trailers and tank trailers. The utility trailer market, and companies involved in manufacturing light-truck trailers and travel trailers are not included in this market.

Truck trailer companies are incorporating telematics technology to enable efficient management of trailers for customers. Telematics is a method of monitoring an asset by using GPS and onboard diagnostics to record movements on a computerized map. Telematics for trailers work with data sensors on the trailer which are connected to a modem. Using GPS and a mobile network, lots of data information from the trailer can be tracked and used to improve business performance and road safety. It also helps in increasing trailer utilization for trucking companies. Another feature in telematics is the tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS); this helps in enhancing fuel efficiency for freight operators.

Major players in the truck trailer manufacturing industry include China International Marine Containers (Group) Ltd., Schmitz Cargobull, Wabash National Corporation, Great Dane Limited, and Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company.

China International Marine Containers (Group) Ltd., Schmitz Cargobull, and Wabash National Corporation together have about 10.3% of worldwide revenue from Truck Trailer Manufacturing market. The top five competitors in the market made up around 12% of the total market share in 2017. In 2017, Wabash National Corporation, North America’s leading producer of semi-trailers and liquid transportation systems, has completed the acquisition of Supreme Industries Inc., a leading manufacturer of truck bodies, by a cash tender offer. Wabash intends to be at the forefront in the transportation market, and the acquisition of Supreme will help in advancing the strategy.

The truck trailer manufacturing market is segmented by type and by geography.

By Type- The truck trailer manufacturing market is segmented into enclosed trailers, dump trailers, tank trailers, flatbed trailers, and other trailers. Among these segments the enclosed truck trailers segment accounts for the largest segment in the truck trailer manufacturing market.

By Geography - The global truck trailer manufacturing market is segmented into North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East and Africa. Asia-Pacific’s truck trailer manufacturing market is the largest in the world. It currently accounts for 39.6% of the global truck trailer manufacturing market. The truck trailer manufacturing market in Asia-Pacific is very fragmented with a large number of domestic players along with some significant importers. Among land transport available in Asia-Pacific, truck transported freight is much more popular than the rail transported freight due to its accessibility and coverage area. Two and three-axles trailers are the most widely used trailers in Asia-Pacific.

Read more: Truck Trailer Manufacturing Market Key Profiles
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                    [post_content] => Globally, Fire Truck market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2023, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2018-2023.

This report focuses on Fire Truck volume and value at a global level, regional level, and company level. From a global perspective, this report represents overall Fire Truck market size by analyzing historical data and future prospect. Regionally, this report focuses on several key regions: North America, Europe, Latin America, Africa, ASEAN Countries.

At the company level, this report focuses on the Fire Truck production capacity, ex-factory price, revenue, and market share for each manufacturer covered in this report. Also, it covers market by Application (Municipal, Airport, Harbor, Petrochemical plants), by type (Conventional Fire Appliance, Airport Crash Tender, Turntable Ladder, Command Support Unit, Tower Ladder, Hydraulic Platform) .

Company Coverage (Sales data, Main Products, and Services, etc.)

Pierce, Magirus, MORITA, Bronto Skylift, Oshkosh , Sutphen, Darley, Gimaex, MAN, Rosenbauer, E-ONE, CIMC, Spencer Manufacturing Inc, FWD Seagrave, Spartan ERV, XCMG Group

It aims to give an appropriate depiction of the Fire Truck market, its trends, perspectives, and opportunities. Comprehensive data showing Fire Truck Market worldwide production, consumption, trade statistics, and prices are provided.

The study objectives of Global Fire Truck Market:
– To analyze and study the global Fire Truck sales, value, status (2013-2018) and forecast (2018-2023).

– Focuses on the key Fire Truck manufacturers, to study the sales, value, market share and development plans in the future.

– Study key manufacturers, define, describe and analyze the market competition landscape, SWOT analysis.

– Define, describe and forecast the market by type, application, and region.

– Analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity, and challenge, restraints, and risks.

– Identify significant trends and factors driving or inhibiting the Fire Truck market growth.

– Analyze the opportunities in the market for stakeholders by identifying the high growth sectors.

– Strategically analyze each submarket with respect to individual growth trend and their contribution to the market

– Competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market

– Strategically profile the Fire Truck key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies.

Read more: Global Fire Truck Market 2018- Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis of Top Key Players, Forecast To 2023
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            [post_content] => The latest addition to family-owned James Hall & Co’s refrigerated transport fleet is by preferred supplier Gray & Adams and features the electric rear shutter door which it now specifies as a matter of course.

The Preston-based operator is a primary wholesaler to SPAR retailers throughout the north of England, and distributes to more than 600 stores. Its new 11.4m urban double-deck trailer is built on a tandem-axle ‘wheel box’ chassis, employs a Thermo King Spectrum multi-temperature refrigeration system, and is fitted with a hydraulically tilting, 1,500 kg Dhollandia column tail-lift.

Using a key fob, the driver can open and close its JR Industries’ electric shutter door simply and quickly during deliveries. Not only does this solution enhance load security, but it also contributes to increased health and safety by eliminating risks of strains or other injuries.

A Gray & Adams customer for more than 20 years, James Hall & Co operates from a purpose-built head office and distribution centre overlooking Junction 31a of the M6. It runs approximately 70 vehicles built by the UK’s leading manufacturer of temperature-controlled road transport equipment – as well as other 11.4m urban double-deck trailers, the line-up includes 13.6m single- and double-deck trailers, rigid trucks, and dry freight trailers.

Gray & Adams presented one of James Hall & Co’s laned, 26-pallet single-deck trailers with Carrier Transicold Vector 1950 multi-temperature refrigeration unit and electric shutter door outside the National Exhibition Centre at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show.

The operator can trace its roots back to 1863, when James Hall opened a bacon cutting business and retail shop in Southport. Now one of Lancashire’s largest employers, James Hall & Co is also a food manufacturer, producing a wide range of products, from bread to bacon, cakes to cheese, and samosas to sandwiches, and a retailer, through its ownership of 140 SPAR stores. In addition to its core SPAR activities, the company owns other non-food businesses.

James Hall & Co Fleet Engineering Manager Ian Farnworth explains: “By delivering fresh food to store six days a week, we allow our retailers to improve product availability and maximise product life, order hundreds of fresh items in small volumes, control waste and react to changes in demand.

“We maintain an excellent distribution service level of 99%, and that is only possible because we use the finest transport equipment. Crucially, while other manufacturers struggle to provide anything beyond an ‘off the peg’ product, Gray & Adams will design and build bespoke trailers and truck bodies which are perfectly tailored to our needs.

“To underline this point,” he continues, “our latest trailer is based on one that Gray & Adams first produced for us back in 2012, but it’s been revamped to incorporate a number of refinements. These include the electric shutter door, which is still a relatively new concept for us, but has proved very popular with our drivers from a practicality point of view.

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