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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] => 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] => 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] => 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] => HERMITAGE — A new truck is already helping Hermitage firefighters reach new heights.

For the last few months, Hermitage has been using a new truck with a horizontal reach of about 100 feet. The new vehicle replaces a 28-year-old boom truck, which had been dubbed “Big Red,” that could extend to a height of about 85 feet.

The city sold “Big Red” earlier this year to the Transfer Volunteer Fire Department.

“We’ve already had the firefighters train with it, and we’ve tested it to make sure what it can do, so I’d say it’s a very high-quality vehicle,” Fire Chief John Flynn said.

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                    [post_content] => The new truck is expected to last 20 to 25 years, Mayor Ralph Hammond said, who called the truck a “milestone.”

The old truck being replaced was “in service 22 years,” Hammond said. “Without the commission, police, public works, everyone in the city and the citizens, we wouldn’t be able to afford it. We paid cash last October for this truck. We saved $38,000 on interest charges. That’s a good thing for the city and it’s all everybody coming together.”

The city is coming a long way, Hammond added. Commissioners echoed Hammond’s remarks, including Carl Curti, who said no interest is a “wonderful feeling.”

Virgil Tillman, a pastor at Springfield Baptist Church, blessed the new fire truck when it arrived. As Fire Rescue workers surrounded the vehicle, Tillman thanked God the new truck will help the city.

“We thank you for the brave men and women who will serve with this,” Tillman said.

The old fire truck will be used by the Orange Hill Volunteer Fire Department in Washington County.

Read more: Springfield welcomes new fire truck
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                    [post_content] => Volvo Group Australia State and Federal Sales Vice President Jon McLean said the new Volvo FMX 4X2 was the toughest emergency vehicle the company had ever created.

"This vehicle prioritises safety with a new design that anticipates the most gruelling and dangerous situations faced by emergency services," he said.

Mr McLean said Australia's vast landscape and diverse terrain posed significant challenges in an emergency.

"Australia has some of the harshest driving conditions in the world, particularly where our emergency services are involved, and we know that when a Volvo truck is designed to work here, it can work anywhere," he said.

"The demands placed upon our emergency services teams, including Queensland, are extreme and their ability to perform effectively and safely is critical when it comes to saving lives and property.

"Our first responders need the best equipment possible to do their jobs and I'm proud to say the response that we've received from the authorities and body builders to the new Volvo FMX 4X2 has been fantastic.

"Emergency services are a vital part of the Australian transport industry and this product is a game changer."

The Volvo FMX 4X2 is equipped with Volvo's innovative safety systems and technologies that take safety to the next level, such as the automatic emergency breaking, energy absorbing safety cab and Volvo Dynamic Steering.

The roadshow, which has already travelled to Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Ballarat, Canberra, Sydney, Newcastle over the last few months, has given Volvo Group Australia the opportunity to demonstrate the potential of this truck under full load conditions.

"As a local manufacturer, we are constantly improving our products to respond to local need," Mr McLean said.

"In the Volvo FMX 4X2, we have delivered a product that will make a huge difference in this vital segment of the Australian transport industry.

"The demanding conditions require constant innovation to ensure our emergency services can respond to challenges faster, more safely and more effectively.

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                    [post_content] => Not many manufacturing facilities are built over a 10,000-gallon water tank. Fort Garry Fire Trucks’ (FGFT) shop in Winnipeg, Man., is. The tank is tucked under the pump test area of the 52,000-sq.-ft. facility to provide recirculating water for water delivery tests that are part of the fire truck certification process.

That is only one of the many documented inspections required for the FGFT vehicles with names that any fire should find intimidating. Names like Terminator, Crusader Pumper, and Duster. “Many of our vehicles have 60 tests, each chronicled in their own document,” said Rick Suché, company president.

Suché said that in 1994 FGFT was the first North American emergency vehicle manufacturer to receive an ISO 9000 rating. In 2008 it upgraded that certification by achieving ISO 9001. “We know where every piece on a vehicle comes from and who worked with it. Those comprehensive records apply to everything from welding to purchased components.”

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                    [post_content] => For the past five years, Rosenbauer, the world’s largest manufacturer of fire apparatus, has been working on a Concept Fire Truck (CFT). Rosenbauer, headquartered in Austria and the parent company of Rosenbauer America, recently unveiled that truck in the United States.

Boer said the concept truck is a glimpse into what future fire trucks might look like and how they might perform. The new pumper is powered by four electric motors, one at each wheel of the all-wheel drive, all-steer vehicle.

A series of batteries in the futuristic apparatus powers the unit for up to a half-hour to get the apparatus to the scene and then to operate. A diesel-powered auxiliary engine powers the pump and a generator, which can recharge the batteries in 15 minutes.

The cab features seating for eight occupants with two crew seats facing each other on the sides, much like seating found in the back of ambulances.

Rosenbauer said the apparatus is designed to lower emissions and save fuel and provides the same services as engine-driven apparatus while costing about the same as traditional apparatus.

The doors on the unit slide open, much like a bus and it can even kneel like a bus with varying travel heights achieved with suspension technology that allows vertically challenged firefighters access to upper shelves while adjusting to provide high clearance for rough terrain.

Rosenbauer said the company decided to show a lot of the technology that will likely be available soon so potential customers can react to the concept and Rosenbauer can tweak the design to meet customer needs.

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                    [post_content] => Fire Truck Market Research Report provides in-depth information and professional study 2018-2023 of Fire Truck Industry. This Report is segmented into Manufactures, Types, Applications and Regions. Fire Truck Market report also shares details of upstream raw materials, downstream demand, and production value with some important factor that can lead to market growth.

Different points covered in this report are market overview, Competition by Manufacturers/Players/Suppliers, Region, Type and Application, Volume, Value, Sales Price, Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin.

Fire Truck Market Research Report covers the point related to Productions, Categories, Requests and Counties. Manufactures help to grow the economy by generating productivity, inspiring research and development, and investing in the future evolution.

Fire Truck Market Manufactures:

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

Fire Truck Market Types:

Fire Fighting Vehicle
Elevating Fire Truck
Special Fire Truck

Fire Truck Market Applications:

Municipal Fire
Industrial Fire
ARFF

The Fire Truck Market Report estimates eyewitness growth throughout the forecast years. The industry report lists the important participants and provides the insights strategic industry analysis of the key factors manipulating the market.

The Chapters covered in Fire Truck Market Report:

Chapter 1: Fire Truck Market Report 2018: Industry Overview, Definition, Specifications, Classification, Applications, Market Segment by Regions

Chapter 2: Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Fire Truck: Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis, Manufacturing Process Analysis and Industry Chain Structure

Chapter 3: Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Fire Truck: Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis of Global Fire Truck Major Manufacturers in 2018

Read more: Fire Truck Market Size, Share, Trends, Growth, Regional Outlook and Forecast 2022
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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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