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REV Group said it would pay an estimated $55 million for Spartan Emergency Response and the brands Spartan Fire Apparatus and Chassis, Smeal Fire Apparatus, Ladder Tower, and UST. Spartan Motor — which began as a fire truck chassis maker in Michigan 45 years ago but subsequently expanded into commercial and retail vehicles — acquired the latter three brands in 2017.

The new brands will join REV’s Fire and Emergency segment and, officials said, would solidify the division as one of North America’s leading fire apparatus manufacturers. REV added that the transaction would improve its production scale, product lineup, geographic reach, and sales channels.

“It’s our long-term strategy to continue to grow this segment, as well as continue to establish REV Group as a leader in the innovation of fire apparatus and other emergency response vehicles,” REV President and CEO Tim Sullivan said in the announcement.

REV, based in Milwaukee, says it operates 33 brands and 18 manufacturing facilities in the U.S.

Spartan officials, meanwhile, said divesting the emergency segment would provide more efficiency and flexibility throughout its remaining operations.

“E-commerce, electrification, and autonomous technologies are driving dramatic change in the industry, and this action positions us to continue to provide leading solutions for our customers,” Spartan President and CEO Daryl Adams said in a statement.

Read more: REV Acquires Spartan Motors’ Emergency Vehicle Business for $55 Million

 
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The new brands will join REV’s Fire and Emergency segment and, officials said, would solidify the division as one of North America’s leading fire apparatus manufacturers. REV added that the transaction would improve its production scale, product lineup, geographic reach, and sales channels.

“It’s our long-term strategy to continue to grow this segment, as well as continue to establish REV Group as a leader in the innovation of fire apparatus and other emergency response vehicles,” REV President and CEO Tim Sullivan said in the announcement.

REV, based in Milwaukee, says it operates 33 brands and 18 manufacturing facilities in the U.S.

Spartan officials, meanwhile, said divesting the emergency segment would provide more efficiency and flexibility throughout its remaining operations.

“E-commerce, electrification, and autonomous technologies are driving dramatic change in the industry, and this action positions us to continue to provide leading solutions for our customers,” Spartan President and CEO Daryl Adams said in a statement.

Read more: REV Acquires Spartan Motors’ Emergency Vehicle Business for $55 Million

 
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REV Group said it would pay an estimated $55 million for Spartan Emergency Response and the brands Spartan Fire Apparatus and Chassis, Smeal Fire Apparatus, Ladder Tower, and UST. Spartan Motor — which began as a fire truck chassis maker in Michigan 45 years ago but subsequently expanded into commercial and retail vehicles — acquired the latter three brands in 2017.

The new brands will join REV’s Fire and Emergency segment and, officials said, would solidify the division as one of North America’s leading fire apparatus manufacturers. REV added that the transaction would improve its production scale, product lineup, geographic reach, and sales channels.

“It’s our long-term strategy to continue to grow this segment, as well as continue to establish REV Group as a leader in the innovation of fire apparatus and other emergency response vehicles,” REV President and CEO Tim Sullivan said in the announcement.

REV, based in Milwaukee, says it operates 33 brands and 18 manufacturing facilities in the U.S.

Spartan officials, meanwhile, said divesting the emergency segment would provide more efficiency and flexibility throughout its remaining operations.

“E-commerce, electrification, and autonomous technologies are driving dramatic change in the industry, and this action positions us to continue to provide leading solutions for our customers,” Spartan President and CEO Daryl Adams said in a statement.

Read more: REV Acquires Spartan Motors’ Emergency Vehicle Business for $55 Million

 
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REV Acquires Spartan Motors’ Emergency Vehicle Business for $55 Million

A Wisconsin manufacturer of large specialty vehicles late last month completed its acquisition of the emergency vehicle division of Spartan Motors.

REV Group said it would pay an estimated $55 million for Spartan Emergency Response and the brands Spartan Fire Apparatus and Chassis, Smeal Fire Apparatus, Ladder Tower, and UST. Spartan Motor — which began as a fire truck chassis maker in Michigan 45 years ago but subsequently expanded into commercial and retail vehicles — acquired the latter three brands in 2017.

The new brands will join REV’s Fire and Emergency segment and, officials said, would solidify the division as one of North America’s leading fire apparatus manufacturers. REV added that the transaction would improve its production scale, product lineup, geographic reach, and sales channels.

“It’s our long-term strategy to continue to grow this segment, as well as continue to establish REV Group as a leader in the innovation of fire apparatus and other emergency response vehicles,” REV President and CEO Tim Sullivan said in the announcement.

REV, based in Milwaukee, says it operates 33 brands and 18 manufacturing facilities in the U.S.

Spartan officials, meanwhile, said divesting the emergency segment would provide more efficiency and flexibility throughout its remaining operations.

“E-commerce, electrification, and autonomous technologies are driving dramatic change in the industry, and this action positions us to continue to provide leading solutions for our customers,” Spartan President and CEO Daryl Adams said in a statement.

Read more: REV Acquires Spartan Motors’ Emergency Vehicle Business for $55 Million

 

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