News & Press Releases
E-ONE and Carrier Centers were recently awarded nine custom pumpers from the Toronto Fire Department, which serves the fourth largest city in North America and employs approximately 3000 fire service personnel.
E-ONE is excited to welcome West Shore Fire, a leading provider of first responder apparatus and equipment in Michigan, to its industry-leading dealer network.
Allied Specialty Vehicles (ASV) announced today the appointment of Dan Peters as President and CEO of E-ONE, Inc., an industry-leading manufacturer of first responder apparatus.
E-ONE was recently awarded a contract for 18 custom eMAX™ pumpers from the United States Air Force.
The City of Chicago recently awarded E-ONE and Fire Service, Inc., the E-ONE dealer for Indiana, northern Illinois and western Ohio, with a five-year contract for airport pumpers.
ProTech™, the unique new safety technology package developed by E-ONE, has received significant interest and activity since its debut during the 2013 FDIC. The Bryn Mawr Fire Company is the first department to order two new fire trucks featuring the innovative ProTech system.
With only one aerial in their current fleet, Marion County Fire Rescue (MCFR) is excited to add two new E-ONE HP78 ladders to their 38-truck fleet in order to better serve a growing community.
Ocala, FL (June 3, 2013) – Selected for its excellent value among multiple bidders, E-ONE was recently awarded, through Techno Feu Apparatus Maintenance, a 2-year, multi-truck contract with the Department of National Defense (DND) Canada.
After two years as a proven, customer-focused E-ONE dealer for Arizona, E-ONE and H&E are pleased to announce H&E’s expansion into Colorado and Wyoming.
E-ONE will be debuting the industry’s most innovative apparatus configurations and technological advancements during the 2013 Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC) in Indianapolis this week.
As we approach the new year and new engine emissions requirements, E-ONE is pleased to announce 2013 EPA-compliant engines are now available for order.
The St. Louis Regional Airport took delivery of their first new Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) unit this week, an E-ONE Titan Force® 4x4.