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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] => 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] => 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.

Read more: Hermitage puts new fire truck to work
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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] => It’s been eight months since the Castlegar Fire Department said goodbye to Engine No. 3 and sent it off to be delivered to San Pedro Pochutla, a community in southern Mexico.

Drivers from Firefighters Without Borders Canada set off on the journey, and all went well until they reached the Mexico border. In between the time that the engine left Castlegar and arrived at the border, a Mexican law changed and new paperwork was required.

The engine — loaded with donated gear — had to be left in the custody of the Pharr, Texas Fire Department while paper work was filed and arrangements were made.

People on both sides of the US/Mexico border rallied and worked together to get the engine to its new home — a small community in desperate need of fire equipment. The local Rotary Club was tasked with the paperwork and fundraising to get the truck through the final leg of the journey.

On June 22 the engine finally reached its destination to the cheers of a waiting crowd. The engine was paraded through the streets of Pochutla with lights and sirens blazing.

“I can’t believe how excited they were to receive a 30-year-old truck,” said Castlegar Fire Chief Sam Lattanzio. “It was awesome to see that they are so excited to receive something that is no longer useful here, but is desperately needed down there. It is a good feeling.”

Read more: Castlegar fire truck finds new home in Mexico 
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                    [post_content] => NORRISTOWN >> It will be like Christmas in August when Norristown firefighters receive a shiny new fire truck worth more than $800,000, complete with all updated equipment.

The custom-made, high performance truck was purchased with the approval of Norristown Municipal Council as part of the Municipality’s Capital Improvement Plan, noted Fire Chief Tom O’Donnell.

“It’s being built as we speak,” O’Donnell said. “All fire trucks, for the most part, are custom built. The reason being is that it’s not like every (stock unit) fire truck will fit the needs of the community. So our fire truck is being built for our community, meaning it will be able to maneuver some tight streets and is set up to be conducive to some of our tight neighborhoods. It’s a functioning fire apparatus that will serve the community for the next 15 or 20 years.”

The new Quint will replace a 2001 American LaFrance Quint, which has racked up more than 90,000 firefighting miles in its time, O’Donnell noted.

“The American LaFrance has really outlived its usefulness to the community. Trucks are just like us, the older we get the more times we have to go see the doctor; the older a fire truck gets, the more times it has to go see the mechanic,” O’Donnell pointed out. “The manufacturer is now out of business. When the truck breaks down it’s very hard to find parts for it.”

After a company called Emergency One, or E-One, located in Ocala, Fla. became the winning — and lowest — bidder, production started on the new HP 78 Quint at the beginning of June.

Anchored by a Typhoon Chassis, the truck will sport a Hale 1500 GPM Pump, 78-foot aluminum aerial ladder and carry 500 gallons of water. The total cost of the project is $837,214, O’Donnell said.

“The truck essentially has two functions built into one truck,” he explained. “A lot of times vendors want to come in and just sell you a fire truck. What we wanted was a truck that would be built to suit the needs of our neighborhoods and we told the manufacturers what we wanted the truck to do and (designed) a high performance vehicle.”

The Quint will be the third vehicle that the Norristown Fire Department has purchased from Emergency One, which was founded in 1974.

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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.

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                    [post_content] => On Valentine’s Day, a shiny new red fire truck — custom-made for New Canaan — came home to the Fire Department at 60 Main Street. Soon after, the Advertiser interviewed firefighters Kevin Vetti, Jim Pickering and Dave DiPanni, as the new radios were being installed in the truck. They explained how New Canaan is unique and how this truck meets the town’s needs.

The new pumper truck, Engine #7, took over a year to be custom built to meet the special specifications of New Canaan, and is expected to come in as budgeted at $615,000 after all the finishing touches are done, said Fire Chief Jack Hennessey.

Over the span of that year, members of a six-man truck committee took turns traveling to Spartan Motors in Michigan to watch the progress of the chassis and wheels and to Marion Body Works in Wisconsin to see the construction of the cab, body and pump.

The committee included firefighters who sat for the interview as well as well as MIke Tiani, Ed Karl and Chief Hennessey. “We really had a good committee,” said DiPanni.

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                    [post_content] => KINGSTON – Officials from the Kingston Fire Department and mayor’s office were on hand late Monday afternoon at the Wiltwyck firehouse on Frog Alley, to welcome their newest, and most expensive, firetruck.

The $950,000 tiller truck, custom-built by Spartan / Smeal, carries an aerial ladder over 100-feet long, capable of reaching tall buildings in Kingston such as the Ulster County Office Building, and the soon -to-be built HealthAlliance Hospital tower.

It was paid for with a municipal bond.

There are also tiller trucks in fire departments in Suffern, Haverstrawm Hastings-on-Huson and two in Nyack.

Tiller trucks are so long, that a second driver is needed to steer from a cab on the back of the vehicle, in tandem with the primary operator driving from the front.

There weren’t any flashing lights, sirens, bells or whistles deployed as the new vehicle rounded the corner of Schwenk Drive for the first time, and silently pulled into the station.

Mayor Steven Noble explained that Wiltwyck was chosen as its home bay because it accommodates the truck’s length, and has good response time city-wide.

Fire Chief Mark Brown was delighted to finally see the tiller truck arrive.

“It was a five-year project that started in 2013. It was a lot of hard work, a lot of proving that we needed it, which we definitely do. I think it’s going to be a big asset to the city,” he said.

Brown added that the Spartan / Smeal model has a lot of new options which the older truck didn’t have, including the ability to maneuver the long ladder from the top tip, along with pipe controls on both ends.

The tiller will be put into regular service in mid-April, after the crews are trained in its use, and the rig is retrofitted with associated firefighting apparatus items.

The older pre-existing KFD ladder truck dates back to 1998, and is expected to be sold off. Mayor Noble said it now has a depreciated book value of only $25,000.

The Middletown City Fire Department was previously operated a tiller truck, which it took out of service about two years ago. The vehicle, which had been used for about 20 years, had become too costly to repair.

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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.

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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.

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