Fire Apparatus Delivery: Pierce Delivers Quint Aerial, PUC Pumper, and Quick Attack Apparatus to OH Fire Department

11/30/2012
Pierce Manufacturing, an Oshkosh Corporation (NYSE:OSK) company, announced that it has delivered three fire apparatus to the Wintersville Volunteer Fire Department in Wintersville, Ohio. The vehicles are a 75-foot Quint heavy-duty aerial ladder, a Pierce Ultimate Configuration (PUC) pumper, and a Responder quick attack pumper. "Over the years, our department’s responsibilities have grown and, after switching brands for a while, when we started looking at new apparatus again, we came back to Pierce," said Fire Chief, Rob Herrington, of the Wintersville Volunteer Fire Department. "We were very impressed by Pierce’s advanced technology, smoothness and ease of operation, and th...

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