Equipment

Lamar County, Mississippi Awards 10 New Pumpers to Ferrara

January 15, 2009 - Press Release

HOLDEN, LA – Ferrara Fire Apparatus, Inc., America’s premier custom fire apparatus manufacturer, has been awarded a contract by Lamar County, MS. to build ten (10) new, heavy duty extruded aluminum rescue pumpers on International 4400 chassis.

Lamar County, located in south central Mississippi, has 11 volunteer fire stations that provide emergency services to the county’s forty-thousand plus residents.

The trucks will have left and right side full height rescue style bodies, 1250 GPM pumps with top mount controls, 1000 gallon tanks and a Class A foam system.

Ferrara Fire Apparatus manufacturers a complete line of fire, emergency and rescue vehicles, including their premium Inferno XD and Igniter XD custom chassis, pumpers and tankers, rear and mid-mount aerial ladders and platforms, rescue and incident command vehicles, Inundator foam pumpers, airport vehicles and the Strong Arm fire rescue vehicle.

A leading innovator in the industry, Ferrara takes pride in offering such firefighter safety items such as On-Site Tilt Table Testing, ECE-29 Crash Testing, Independent Front Suspension, Complete Airbag Protection, and SmartWheel steering systems.

For more information on the company please contact Paul Christiansen, Marketing Director, at 800.443.9006, via e-mail at [email protected] or by regular mail at Ferrara Fire Apparatus, Inc., P.O. Box 249, Holden, LA 70744.

 

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