Ferrara Fire Apparatus announces America’s Bravest Equipment as its new dealer
Published on 7 February 2014
Ferrara Fire Apparatus, Inc., America’s premier custom fire apparatus manufacturer, announced recently that America’s Bravest Equipment company is their new dealer in central and eastern Kentucky. America’s Bravest is led by company president Dave Goldsmith.
Ferrara Fire Apparatus President/CEO Chris Ferrara said, “We’ve been aggressively growing our dealer network over the past year. In doing so, we are seeking out companies established in the fire service with a good customer base and a first-rate reputation. America’s Bravest is a 12 year old company with a loyal following and a long track record of success with their equipment lines. They also have an excellent sales and service team that is extremely excited about selling fire trucks.”
“America’s Bravest Equipment Company has the same high standards as Ferrara”, said owner Dave Goldsmith. “Our company is very selective on who works for us, and what products we offer our customers. We took a very hard look at which fire apparatus manufacturer we represented, and Ferrara exceeded our expectations. The sales team at America’s Bravest is very excited in being able to offer our customers a quality fire apparatus.”
Ferrara Fire Apparatus manufactures a full line of fire, emergency and rescue vehicles. The company offers the Ultra, Inferno, Igniter, Cinder, Ember and Intruder custom fire chassis, pumpers, tankers, rear and mid-mount aerial ladders and platforms, rescues and incident command vehicles and high-flow industrial apparatus. A leading innovator in the industry, Ferrara takes pride in offering such firefighter safety items as the MVP Multi-Vocational Pumper, On-Site Tilt Table Testing, Cab and Body NFPA Compliant Crash Testing, Independent Front Suspension, Complete Airbag Protection, and SmartWheel steering systems. Additionally, the Ultra, Inferno, Igniter and Cinder chassis are available with the popular F-Shield corrosion protection system, which has proven extremely popular in northern climates that are concerned with corrosive materials used on winter roads.
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