Fire Fighting Trucks

                                                                                     June 17, 2015                                                   

Below picture and text was published in the Kenyan daily newspaper: "The Standard Newspaper" for Flag-off of the 15 Fire Fighting Trucks. 

Text: Firefighters demonstrate how to use a new hose before 15 new fire engines were flagged off by Acting Lands, Housing and Urban development Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i in Nairobi yesterday. The fire engines were sent out to different countries. [Photo: Jenipher Wachie/Standard]

More pictures from Flag-off:


                                                                                          March 30, 2015         

The Fire Fighting Trucks have now been transported to the port on lowloaders and are currently being loaded onto the vessel which will transport them to the destination port.

Picture description: Loading of the fifteen fire engines at port in Asia



                                                                                       February 25, 2015

The 15 Fire Fighting Vehicles are now in the final stages of production and testing of all equipment are currently performed by the QA department under close supervision of external consultants making sure that all is working flawlessly prior to shipment to the destination.



                                                                                     November 28, 2014

Our Project Department for Trucks and Heavy Equipment won a bid for 15 units Fire Fighting Trucks 6x4 to a Ministry of Interior in East Africa. The trucks are now being prepared in the factory. The trucks will be delivered with double cabin for 6 people and with a 9,000 liter water tank combined with a 1,000 liter foam tank.

They will be delivered ready to use, incl. spare parts and equipment such as Firemen rescue suits, Hydraulic Shears, chain saw etc. as well as complete training course on site by delivery.

Picture description:  Preparation of 15 units Fire Fighting Trucks in the factory in Asia.

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