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                    [post_content] => The Ashtabula Fire Department has a shiny new $500,000 engine pumper to replace a unit in service since 2005.

The 47,000-pound Sutphen pumper is a high-tech wonder, capable of pumping 1,500 gallons of water per minute from its 750-gallon tank, Chief Shawn Gruber said.

“We are very, very pleased with it,” he said. “They did a great job.”

The engine pumper was built at the Sutphen plant in Dublin, just outside of Columbus, he said.

“We picked it up Feb. 5 and drove it to Richfield, where they mounted the hand tools,” Gruber said. “We brought it to the station late on (Feb. 14) and we worked on it, installing radios, etc.”

This week, firefighters are taking what Gruber refers to as “our new baby,” out on calls. So far, it gets an “A” for performance, he said.

Now that the new pumper has arrived, firefighters will use the previous pumper, which is 13 years old, as a reserve and sell the reserve pumper. The money from the sale will go toward the purchase of a new ambulance, he said.

Read more: OH Department Adds New Engine Pumper to Fleet
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                    [post_content] => Lowboy Semitrailer Market Report Provide Analysis of Lowboy Semitrailer industry on the basis of Current Market trends, Product type, Top Manufacturers and variety of Applications.The report also Presents Future Aspect of Lowboy Semitrailer Market on basis of Technology Development, Market Share, CAGR Status of Lowboy Semitrailer Market and Customer Demand.

About Lowboy Semitrailer:

The report projects that the Lowboy Semitrailer market size will grow from USD XX Million in 2017 to USD XX Million by 2023, at an estimated CAGR of XX%. The base year considered for the study is 2017, and the market size is projected from 2018 to 2023.

Report Coverage:

Lowboy Semitrailer Market With Key Segments:

Global Lowboy Semitrailer Market: Regional Segment Analysis (Regional Production Volume, Consumption Volume, Revenue and Growth Rate 2013-2023):

Read more: LOWBOY SEMITRAILER MARKET: BY CURRENT INDUSTRY STATUS,GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES, TOP KEY PLAYERS, TARGET AUDIENCE AND FORECAST TO 2023
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                    [post_content] => 2018-2023 Global and Regional Fire Truck Industry Production, Sales and Consumption Status and Prospects Professional Market Research Report

The Fire Truck Market report provides key information about the industry, including invaluable facts and figures, expert opinions, and the latest developments across the globe. The Report also calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from the sales of This Report and technologies by various application segments.

Rosenbauer, Oshkosh, MORITA, Magirus, E-one, Ziegler, Gimaex, KME, Darley, Bronto Skylift, Feerara fire, Zhongzhuo, CFE, Tianhe, YQ AULD LANG REAL, Jieda Fire-protection,….

Scope Of The Report:

This report focuses on the Fire Truck Market in the 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., According to the report, one driver in the market is the rapid advances in technology.

The worldwide market for Fire Truck 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.

Read more: GLOBAL FIRE TRUCK MARKET 2018 WITH TOP COUNTRIES DATA: COMPETITION: NEW ENTRANTS, SUBSTITUTES, AND RIVALRY ANALYSIS WITH FORECAST TO 2023
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                    [post_content] => The global Semi-Trailer market is valued at 23700 million US$ in 2017 and will reach 31400 million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of 3.6% during 2018-2025.

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.
The leading manufactures mainly are CIMC, Wabash National, Schmitz Cargobull, Great Dane and Hyundai Translead. CIMC is the largest manufacturer; its revenue of global market exceeds 9.35% in 2016.

There are mainly five type product of Semi-Trailer market: Flatbed Semitrailer, Lowboy Semitrailer, Dry Van Semitrailer, Refrigerated Semitrailer and Other. Dry Van Semitrailer accounts the largest proportion.

The Global Semi-Trailer Market 2018 to 2025 renders deep perception of the key regional market status of the Semi-Trailer Industry on a global level that primarily aims the core regions which comprises of continents like Europe, North America, and Asia and the key countries such as United States, Germany, China and Japan.

Geographically, the global Semi-Trailer market has been segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America and Middle East and Africa. The North America held the largest share in the global Semi-Trailer market, its revenue of global market exceeds 32% in 2016. The next is Europe.

The report on “Global Semi-Trailer Market” is a professional report which provides thorough knowledge along with complete information pertaining to the Semi-Trailer industry a propos classifications, definitions, applications, industry chain summary, industry policies in addition to plans, product specifications, manufacturing processes, cost structures, etc. The potential of this industry segment has been rigorously investigated in conjunction with primary market challenges. The present market condition and future prospects of the segment has also been examined. Moreover, key strategies in the market that includes product developments, partnerships, mergers and acquisitions, etc., are discussed. Besides, upstream raw materials and equipment and downstream demand analysis is also conducted.

Read more: Semi-Trailer Market Professional Survey Report 2018
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                    [post_content] => Volvo Penta (part of Volvo Group) is following its sister company Volvo Buses in the area of electromobility, in the industrial and marine segments.

Recently, the company received an order for a propulsion system for an all-electric ferry for Gothenburg and electric driveline for Rosenbauer fire truck called Concept Fire Truck (CFT). Especially the second project seems interesting, as we never heard of a full size all-electric/plug-in hybrid fire truck.

“Volvo Penta has signed its first agreement to design and deliver an electric driveline for an industrial OEM. This strategic partnership follows the recent announcement that Volvo Penta is providing the propulsion system to Gothenburg’s first all-electric ferry, and demonstrates an important step in the company’s journey to offer electrified power solutions to both the industrial and marine segments by 2021.Volvo Penta’s partner in this latest endeavour is Rosenbauer, one of the world’s top manufacturers of fire-service vehicles and with whom Volvo Penta has already provided Stage IV/Tier 4 Final and Euro VI emissions-compliant diesel engines.”

Read more: Rosenbauer Fire Truck To Go Electric Thanks To Volvo
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                    [post_content] => Sure, farmers and truckers like equipment that performs great.

But they really like equipment that looks great too.

As trailer-manufacturer Travis Eby put it, “Farmers and truckers have a lot of pride in their equipment.”

And Eby thinks his company’s newest product, the Generation grain trailer, checks both boxes.

“Grain trailers are not just a tool,” said Eby, president of M.H. Eby, a Blue Ball-based producer of trailers for livestock, horses and equipment, livestock semi-trailers and aluminum truck bodies.

The new grain trailer is triggering a $2 million investment in the company’s Blue Ball and Ephrata locations, which are adding about 15 employees, and a $4 million investment in its Story City, Iowa, location, which is adding about 30 to 35 employees.

M.H. Eby had been a dealer for a leading national brand of grain trailers for about 30 years. Though Eby declined to identify the brand, LNP files show that it was Timpte.

That track record gave M.H. Eby “a ton of experience” with grain trailers, not to mention a ton of feedback from customers.

With that background, M.H. Eby spent the past year designing its own line of grain trailers. The line was unveiled this week at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville.

The response has been “overwhelming,” said Eby on Thursday by phone from Louisville.

M.H. Eby was motivated to enter the grain-trailer market by several factors. First, customers asked them to do it. And second, M.H. Eby saw a sizable opportunity.

Some 5,000 to 7,500 new grain trailers are sold in the U.S. annually, generating revenue of $300 million to $500 million, Eby said. On top of that, M.H. Eby saw ways to make its grain trailers stand out.

“Our engineers started with a blank sheet of paper....” he said. “We really worked hard on innovating, bringing new ideas and especially a new appearance.”

Read more: Blue Ball manufacturer sees future gains from trailers that haul grains
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                    [post_content] => Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) on Monday introduced updates to Freightliner’s flagship Cascadia tractor that will enable SAE Level 2 automated driving.

The announcement was made in Las Vegas during the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) – historically the domain of cell phone and techie gadget manufacturers that recently has become an emerging trucking show goaded by the advent of electrification and autonomous driving technologies.

With groundwork laid in 2015 when DTNA debuted its Inspiration Truck – the first automated truck to hit the highway – the new 2020 Cascadia becomes the first SAE Level 2 automation-capable truck in series production in North America. Level 2 automation means the truck can accelerate, decelerate and steer independently.

The system uses Detroit Assurance 5.0 Adaptive Cruise Control and Active Lane Assist features to enable automated driving at all speed ranges, a departure from systems currently available that only work above certain speeds.

Freightliner and Detroit’s Director of Product Marketing Kelly Gedert says the enhancements made to Detroit Assurance have the potential to make an immediate, measurable and positive impact on overall safety.

“In fact, fleets with trucks equipped with forward collision mitigation systems can experience a 60 to 80 percent reduction in rear-end crashes, resulting in potentially fewer accidents and reduced operational costs to our customers,” she says.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 94 percent of crashes are caused by human error.

“Our goal is to evolve automated driving technology that will reduce accidents and save lives,” says DTNA CEO Roger Nielsen. “We will deliver tremendous safety benefits for the driver and everybody on the road.”

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                    [post_content] => As technology continues to settle into all aspects of daily life, it’s no wonder there’s more and more whiz-bang “stuff” found on fire apparatus.

Once thought of as strictly utilitarian work trucks, fire apparatus are now incorporating the technology of high-end luxury autos, and some are as fancy as the latest model privately owned pickup trucks found in the parking lots of fire stations.

And there has been some prototype work done on self-driving apparatus, although no one is really sure if that technology is ready for prime time in the fire service.

To get a sense of the extent of automotive-type technology making its way into fire apparatus, Firehouse spoke with a few manufacturers to get their take on the trend.

“Ultimately, as technology advances and younger generations are introduced to the fire service, you will start to see industry design be more reflective of their wants and needs,” said Todd Ernst, director of marketing and communication for HME Ahrens-Fox, an apparatus builder in Wyoming, MI.

Cup holders, USB power outlets, power seats and power windows are becoming more prevalent in fire apparatus, said Scott Weishaar, the executive director of product management for Spartan Emergency Response, an apparatus builder headquartered in Charlotte, MI.

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                    [post_content] => American truck manufacturer Kenworth will build a fleet of 10 semi-trailer trucks powered by hydrogen fuel cell-electric powertrains sourced from Toyota. The two firms made the announcement on Tuesday in Las Vegas at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show.

The collaboration is part of the $41 million Zero and Near-Zero Emissions Freight Facilities grant awarded by the California Air Resources Board (CARB), with the Port of Los Angeles as the main recipient. The collaboration will also see the installation of two new hydrogen fueling stations to service the Southern California region.

The CARB grant is part of a larger $82 million program that aims to put not only fuel cell trucks but also hydrogen fueling infrastructure and zero-emission cargo handling equipment into operation in the port and L.A. basin by around 2020. Progress has already been made with Toyota testing prototype fuel cell trucks at the site since 2017. The trucks haul goods from the Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach Port terminals to surrounding rail yards and warehouses for distribution.

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                    [post_content] => The Oxnard Fire Department is excited to be adding a new emergency apparatus unit which is scheduled to be deployed on Thursday.

Its name is Light and Air 65. The Light and Air unit has been at its new home at Oxnard Fire Station 5 for nearly three weeks. Come Thursday, it will be ready to be put into service.

“Most larger departments do have Light and Air apparatus and now we are catching up,” said Oxnard Fire Captain Aaron Baker.

This unit isn’t your ordinary fire truck. It's otherwise known as a 'breathing support unit.'

“The main function is the air compressor that it carries,” said Luke Yessner, a firefighter with the Oxnard Fire Department. “Bottles are rated for 30 minutes, but they really only last for 10-15 minutes depending on what we are doing so we need to be able to refill them on scene.”

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            [post_content] => The Ashtabula Fire Department has a shiny new $500,000 engine pumper to replace a unit in service since 2005.

The 47,000-pound Sutphen pumper is a high-tech wonder, capable of pumping 1,500 gallons of water per minute from its 750-gallon tank, Chief Shawn Gruber said.

“We are very, very pleased with it,” he said. “They did a great job.”

The engine pumper was built at the Sutphen plant in Dublin, just outside of Columbus, he said.

“We picked it up Feb. 5 and drove it to Richfield, where they mounted the hand tools,” Gruber said. “We brought it to the station late on (Feb. 14) and we worked on it, installing radios, etc.”

This week, firefighters are taking what Gruber refers to as “our new baby,” out on calls. So far, it gets an “A” for performance, he said.

Now that the new pumper has arrived, firefighters will use the previous pumper, which is 13 years old, as a reserve and sell the reserve pumper. The money from the sale will go toward the purchase of a new ambulance, he said.

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