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                    [post_content] => A new emergency vehicle is designed to provide better aid at the scene and help keep patients out of the hospital.

West Metro Fire Rescue’s new ambulance, the ARM, or Advanced Resource Medic, has special equipment to diagnose and treat more types of illnesses and injuries.

Before this type of emergency vehicle, the only option was to transport patients to the emergency room. Now, if the patient’s symptoms allow it, first responders will be able to treat them where they are and help them recover at home.

Our ARM car (Advanced Resource Medic) is on duty today, and the crew just went on their first call.  It’s a new type of patient care- an ambulance that DOESN'T take you to the hospital. Instead, patients are treated at home, or at work.

Read more: New Emergency Vehicle To Diagnose, Treat More Patients At Scene

 
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                    [post_content] => Semi-trailer market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.98% from USD 25.32 billion in 2017to reach USD 37.34 billion by 2025at a CAGR of 4.98% during the forecast period (2017–2025).

The report segments the semi-trailer market and forecasts its size, by volume and value, on the basis of region (Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, and RoW), Type (Flatbed, Lowboy, Dry Van, Refrigerated, Tankers, & and Others), Tonnage (Below 25t, 25t–50t, 51t–100t, and above 100t), Number of axles (< 3 Axles, 3–-4 Axles,& and > 4 Axles).

The key players in the Semi-Trailer Market include – CIMC (China), Wabash (US), Schmitz Cargobull (Germany), Great Dane (US), Utility Trailer (US), Krone(Germany), Kögel Trailer(Germany), Hyundai Translead (US), Lamberet (France), Wilhelm (Austria).

North America region is estimated to hold the largest share of global semi-trailer in year 2017. However, Asia Pacific is expected projected to grow at the highest CAGR and surpass North America during the forecast period. The expansion of logistics and supply chain industry is expected to fuel semi-trailer market in Asia Pacific region.

Expanding cold chain industry, increasing use of advanced technologies such as telematics and stability control as safety concerns among fleet owners are expected to boost the demand for semi-trailer market. Whereas, However, local players in unorganized sector in developing countries is are a restraining factor for semi-trailer market. The advent of Modern technologies like such as semi-trailer platooning and electric semi-trailer truck in semi-trailer market haves lots of development opportunities in the upcoming years near future. On the other hand, lightweight semi-trailers and lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO) is will be the challenging factors for semi-trailer market in the future years.

Below 25tmarket segment is estimated to hold the largest share of the global semi-trailer market in 2017. The segment is estimated to grow at a significant CAGR and is expected to remain the largest market during the forecast period. The growth of this segment is driven by government regulations regarding weight carrying capacity for road safety.

Read more: Semi-Trailer Market Worth US$ 37.34 Billion by 2025 
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                    [post_content] => Most fire departments don’t have the luxury of redundancy in their vehicle fleet — when a fire truck goes down, it can cause a crisis, not only for that department’s community but also for neighboring ones that may depend on it for mutual aid.

But fire trucks are about to get “smarter” allowing for quicker, easier fixes and less chance of prolonged down time.

That’s the result of a collaboration between Microsoft and IDEX, which specializes in fire and safety products and has been supplying these vehicle products for decades.

IDEX supplies the networks and products on the emergency vehicle and, on the new Captium platform with Microsoft’s IoT product, aggregates those in a way that allows real-time communication of a problem on the vehicle.

One of the key components of the Internet of Things, in this case, is the ability to take a series of sensors and embed them in an emergency vehicle, such as a fire truck, and take “dumb” devices and make them smart, said Rick Zak, director of Justice and Public Safety Solutions for Microsoft.

It wasn’t a reengineering of the dumb parts of the emergency vehicle, it was developing a link for all those parts on a platform to get information off of the vehicles in real time, said Jeff Zook, marketing manager for Connected Solutions at IDEX Fire and Safety.

“Maintenance is the No. 1 priority,” said George Ehalt of the Aurora, Colo., Fire Rescue. “A system that will track preventive maintenance schedules, identify mechanical issues before they become larger problems and detect trends associated with repairs … Aurora would like a system that can notify key people that a problem has occurred.”

“You press a button a on a fire truck to engage a pump and something doesn’t work properly, the natural response is, ‘That truck’s bad, let’s pull it out of service,’” Zook said. “Now if you press that button and something doesn’t work properly you look at your laptop or phone and can see the solution.”

Zak called it “adding a layer of smart” to the components already present on an emergency vehicle. “We didn’t have to redesign pumps and valves to add a layer of smart into each rig. The platform captures and shares this information and ties these devices together to be able to aggregate a data set in the cloud and provide analytical tools,” Zak said.

“We’re bringing intelligence to all these products on networks that sit on these emergency vehicles so when something goes wrong, the first thing we’re providing is a way for [people] to see what the problem is,” Zook said.

Zook said as cities have less of a budget for reserve vehicles, there is more pressure to keep them in good working order. “The world has changed,” he said. “When cities had larger budgets, they had reserve vehicles and when a vehicle went down, they’d get a reserve vehicle and take the one that went down and put it in the shop.”

Zook said that two providers of emergency vehicles are set to include the platform on all emergency vehicles chassis in July. “You’ll start to see the vehicles roll out after July,” he said.

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                    [post_content] => Global Fire Truck Sales Market Report 2018 provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global Fire Truck Sales sector. Along with strategically analyzing the key micro markets, the report also focuses on industry-specific drivers, restraints, opportunities and challenges in the Fire Truck Sales market. This research report offers in-depth analysis of the market size (revenue), market share, major market segments, and different geographic regions, forecast for the next five years, key market players, and premium industry trends. It also focuses on the key drivers, restraints, opportunities and challenges.

This report provides a detailed analysis of the Fire Truck Sales market with description of market sizing and growth, segmentation of market by products & services and major markets, top market players etc. The report recapitulates the factors that will be responsible for the growth in the market in the forecasted period.

Each major player’s companies overview, revenue and financial analysis, revenue split by business segment and by geography, recent news are covered in the report. Competitors regional analysis is done where as high, low and medium penetrating regions are analyzed.

Read more: Fire Truck Sales Market Status and Industrial Outlook 2018 
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                    [post_content] => Semi-Trailer Market Research Report covers the existing situation and the progress predictions of the Semi-Trailer Industry for 2018-2023. Semi-Trailer Market, has been prepared based on detailed market analysis with inputs from industry experts.

A semitrailer 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 semitrailer is normally equipped with landing gear (legs which can be lowered) to support it when it is uncoupled.Semitrailers are more popular for transport than full trailers, which have both front and rear axles. Ease of backing is cited as one of the semi’s chief advantages A road tractor coupled to a semitrailer is often called a semitrailer truck or “”semi”” in the US, and an articulated lorry or “”artic”” in the UK. The fifth wheel on a truck connects to a semitrailer kingpin.

Read more: Worldwide Semi-Trailer Market Growth Prospects 2018-2023  
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                    [post_content] => RICE LAKE - Rice Lake firefighters now have some new wheels to ride around in. The Rice Lake Fire Department was given a truck back in December that has now been in service for about two weeks.

It had previously been used for training, and was being outfitted for the past month and a half.

Mark Niemi, Rice Lake Fire Department Chief, says the new truck will allow firefighters to respond with six firefighters instead of two. He also says that it is able to carry more equipment, and provides more space.

Niemi says they wanted a truck that can grow with the community for the next 20 years, increase the overall safety for firefighters that respond, and increase overall efficiency when responding to emergencies, and financially.

"Having new equipment, operational equipment is paramount to us," said Niemi.

The truck costs around $480,000, and it is the sixth truck the department has. It was paid for with around $800,000 the fire department has funded over the years.

Read more: Rice Lake Firefighters Riding Around in New Fire Truck 
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                    [post_content] => Monterey >> It’s ultra-sleek, uber-safe, and fitted to specs.

A state-of-the-art emergency response vehicle is being custom-built for the local American Red Cross chapter and should arrive in 9-12 months. The vehicle will replace one of the three older emergency vehicles that are currently being used in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties and will be better outfitted to serve the needs of potential local disasters, said Michele Averill, CEO of the Red Cross of the Central Coast.

Coming on the heels of one of the worst natural disaster years in California’s history, the $250,000 piece of equipment will be the first “next generation” emergency response vehicles in the Central Coast region. Its purchase has been made possible by donations spearheaded by the regional property and casualty insurer, Capital Insurance Group, which contributed $70,000.

“I was thrilled, so grateful, I couldn’t wait to share the news with the volunteers,” said Averill, “They’re the ones getting up in the middle of the night (driving these trucks) to deal with disasters.” In 2017, the local Red Cross chapter responded to nearly 150 local disasters, most of which involved one of its three emergency response vehicles.

Read more: Local Red Cross getting an emergency vehicle upgrade 
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                    [post_content] => EAST GREENWICH–The East Greenwich Town Council on Monday approved of the disposal of the reserve fire truck, setting in motion the process of attaining a new truck for the fire department.  The twenty year old reserve truck, Fire Chief Christopher Olsen reported to the council, has taken a serious toll because of “wear and tear from years of use.”

“My recommendation is that we retire this truck, sell the truck, and actually take that money and put it into our new truck,” Olsen said.  “Then start a committee on purchasing a new fire truck in the near future.”

Olsen also pointed out that most fire trucks that are used in a community the size of East Greenwich are replaced within 12-15 years; the reserve truck, which has been in use since 1998, has far exceeded the average lifespan.

“It has served its purpose, and done a good job for this town,” he said.

The council, which has recently come into conflict with the fire department over budget concerns, appeared receptive to the department’s safety concerns.

“The fire truck is very, very old,” Council President Sue Cienki agreed. “Let’s get rid of this new truck, sell it, and get them a new truck.”

The reserve fire truck is one of three trucks currently in use by the department and only to be used if trucks 1 and 2 are unavailable. However, after a recent incident, the truck is no longer in a condition fit for use, even in reserve.

“As it was going down a road on incident, it had sustained some damages from potholes through the town’s ways,” Olsen explained.

According to Marion Body Works, a fire and emergency products company, a truck should be replaced when it’s condition becomes a threat to firefighters’ safety:

“Your community depends on your crew and fleet of vehicles to be ready for any fire emergency they respond to. If one or several components on your apparatus are making it difficult to complete these assigned missions – and thus putting lives at risk – then it’s time for an update. As we just mentioned, a repair might make sense if the cost is low enough and damage isn’t severe, but critical damage to your apparatus’ major components (e.g. engine, transmission, pump, etc.) is often very expensive and difficult to repair. If any of your rig’s major components are damaged beyond repair (or a repair still won’t make it 100% stable again), then you have to replace it altogether.”

However, before the council unanimously approved of the truck’s “retirement,” Councilman Nino Granatiero first questioned the town’s viability to afford a new fire truck.

“What would the potential value be in selling this, and what would be replacement value?” Granatiero asked Chief Olsen.

“For a new truck, you’re talking between $500,000 to 550,000,” Olsen replied, adding that he “wouldn’t want to take a guess on” how much the town could get from selling the old truck.

Read more: Efforts underway for new fire truck 
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                    [post_content] => SCOTTSBLUFF — Scottsbluff firefighters are responding to emergencies in a new rescue unit.

Rescue 1, the department’s newest truck, was put into service for the first time Jan. 8.

Scottsbluff Capt. Justin Houstoun said the department took delivery of the custom truck in early December. SVI Trucks, a Fort Collins, Colorado, business, constructed the truck. Houstoun said the business started out by making high-powered fans for fire departments and then transitioned into other equipment and is now a one of the premier fire truck builders in the United States.

Custom making the truck allowed the department to have input into the process.

“The biggest things is that we were combining two trucks into one truck,” Houstoun said. “We were consolidating the two trucks and we wanted to make sure that we could carry everything we needed.”

The trucks placed out of service were purchased in 1989 and 1999, respectively. Houstoun said the two trucks were spending a lot of time in the shop, needing repairs, and maintenance costs were increasing.

“The easiest way to explain why we needed a new truck was that the (older) trucks were falling apart. They had exceeded their life and they had done their duty.”

With the help of a FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grant, 95 percent of the $350,000 cost for the truck was covered. The City of Scottsbluff paid $14,235 for the truck, quite a deal when many passenger vehicles cost more than that.

Now, Rescue 1 will carry a full set of extrication equipment for motor vehicle accidents and all needed equipment for specialized responses including rope rescue, trench rescue, confined space and water rescue. The truck is also fully stocked with all emergency medical services equipment.

“It is nice to have the one truck carrying everything you might need, where we had it split amongst two trucks before,” Houston said.

The primary function of Rescue 1 will be to provide response to motor vehicle and medical calls, which are a majority of the calls that the Scottsbluff Fire Department responds two. The department has two other trucks, Engine One and Tower One. Those two trucks will be dispatched to respond to fires and which truck is used depends on the circumstances of each call.

The conditions of the FEMA grant requires that the older trucks be placed out of service and will be sold. The grant requires that the trucks not be used for firefighting or emergency response.

Read more: New Scottsbluff fire truck now in service 
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                    [post_content] => It’s only left the fire hall a handful of times for training purposes since it arrived in St Paul in late 2016, and it had yet to attend an actual fire call as of Friday evening, so the newness of the St. Paul Fire Department’s most recent purchase was still very noticeable.

The new fire truck, which is to be used only within Town of St. Paul limits, has been a work in progress since 2015, and on Friday evening, the large investment was on display, looking shiny and clean for guests.

Town of St. Paul council, staff, and volunteers with the St. Paul Fire department filled the hall on Friday night, while an official unveiling of the new piece of equipment took place. The truck has been in service since Dec. 9, but so far has been rarely used.

“We got the shiniest, and the biggest, and the best,” said Fire Chief Trevor Kotowich, as he spoke about the truck during the unveiling. He noted that the project actually came in slightly under the $550,000 budget set aside for it – coming in at $548,000.

“This truck will service businesses and residences for years to come,” said Kotowich, adding, “It will always be in town to offer protection.”

He acknowledged the support received from the Town of St. Paul toward the project.

The project began with Kotowich and other fire fighters touring a number of fire halls in the province, and then followed with a list of needs and wants. The truck was custom built in South Dakota and carried six firefighters, which will be an asset.

“It is the best truck that the money provided can buy,” said Kotowich.

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            [post_content] => A new emergency vehicle is designed to provide better aid at the scene and help keep patients out of the hospital.

West Metro Fire Rescue’s new ambulance, the ARM, or Advanced Resource Medic, has special equipment to diagnose and treat more types of illnesses and injuries.

Before this type of emergency vehicle, the only option was to transport patients to the emergency room. Now, if the patient’s symptoms allow it, first responders will be able to treat them where they are and help them recover at home.

Our ARM car (Advanced Resource Medic) is on duty today, and the crew just went on their first call.  It’s a new type of patient care- an ambulance that DOESN'T take you to the hospital. Instead, patients are treated at home, or at work.

Read more: New Emergency Vehicle To Diagnose, Treat More Patients At Scene

 
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