Safety & Accident

NY Fire Dept. to Add More Trucks to Fleet

February 04, 2010

HOLDEN, LA - The City of New York has awarded Ferrara Fire Apparatus, Inc. another large contract to supply the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) five heavy rescue trucks, according to Ferrara.

The trucks will be built on Ferrara's heavy-duty Igniter chassis with a stainless steel tilt cab. In December, the announcement was made of Ferrara's order for ten new FDNY 100' rear mount aerial ladders.

Ferrara has supplied various types of vehicles to FDNY over the past eight plus years, beginning with the Spirit of Louisiana in 2001. Their other fire trucks in service to FDNY include high pressure pumpers, satellite pumpers, collapse rescues, decontamination trucks, medium-duty rescues, and the Haz Mat 1.


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