IVECO MAGIRUS Brandschutztechnik GmbH News

The Emergency Services Show 2017 to display fleet solutions from over 400 organisations

Emergency and rescue vehicles of virtually every type will be on display throughout the indoor and outdoor exhibition areas Vehicles and vehicle equipment for the Emergency Services and allied organisations will be prominent among the displays of more than 400 organisations exhibiting at The Emergency Services Show, taking place at the NEC, Birmingham on 20 and 21 September. The UK’s biggest emergency services event, the show is the perfect place to research the latest p...

Magirus Team Cab selected for its comfort and fire-fighter safety by London Fire Brigade

The Magirus Team Cab will be integrated into all of the 53 fire engines ordered via Emergency One The Magirus Team Cab scores with great comfort, functionality and security, which convinces fire departments around the world. Babcock International Group (Babcock), responsible for all fleet management tasks of the London Fire Brigade, has now specified and ordered 53 fire engines via Emergency One UK Ltd (E1), the Scottish fire-fighting technology equipment manufacturer. The Mag...

Magirus delivers 100 fire-fighting vehicles to Chilean fire departments

All vehicles are mounted on an IVECO Eurocargo chassis and have large water tanks and a Magirus MPN230 centrifugal pump After delivering 40 Magirus fire engines to the “Junta Nacional de Bomberos de Chile” one year ago, another 100 vehicles from a second order has now been sent to Chile as well. In the presence of Chile’s Minister of the Interior Jorge Burgos together with the leader of the Chilean fire departments Miguel Reyes, representatives of 45 fire dep...

Magirus delivers 40 fire engines to Chilean fire brigades

All fire engines are built on proven IVECO chassis, partially the trucks provide all-wheel drive to ensure best performance, even off-road Magirus delivered 40 fire engines to the Chilean fire brigades. 500 firefighters from 40 fire brigades in Chile had come together in O’Higgins Park in Santiago to put their brand-new vehicles into operation. In a dignified ceremony President Michelle Bachelet handed over the keys received from the Managing Director of Magirus, Ant...

Magirus Lohr wins tender for fire-fighting vehicles in Austria

Magirus Lohr scored especially with its proven and particularly high-quality components The decision has been made. Magirus Lohr’s attractive offer succeeded over those by many other European bidders in the Austrian Federal Procurement GmbH’s (BBG) calls for tender. It won all bids for all but the 18t-class. This means that Magirus Lohr has secured an order volume of up to 150 million euros over the next five years. In addition to Kainsbach, the Fire Protection Com...

Magirus Camiva opens its new site in Chambéry, France

It will focus on turntable ladders but also on fire engines, forest fire vehicles, and special vehicles Magirus Camiva has just opened its new site in Chambéry. With a surface of 12,200 sqm, 4,465 of which are covered, Magirus Camiva's new site is becoming the brand's new centre of excellence in France. It will focus on turntable ladders but also on fire engines, forest fire vehicles, and special vehicles. Designed to equip over a hundred vehicles per year, the Cham...

Magirus delivers 67 light forestry vehicles to Fire Safety and Civil Defense of Bulgaria

Magirus delivers state-of-the-art firefighting vehicle with full cross-country mobility With a handover ceremony in Sofia 67 Light Forestry Vehicles, Class L, Category 3 were delivered to the Chief Directorate of Fire Safety and Civil Defense (Ministry of Interior) of Bulgaria. Based on an Iveco Daily chassis, Magirus delivered a state-of-the-art firefighting vehicle with full cross-country mobility. A symbolic key was given to Iskra Mihaylova, Minister of Environme...

Palermo Fire Department takes home Iveco Magirus Best Firefighting Team of the Year award

The runner-up was Botosani Fire Department (Romania), while Mooskirchen Fire Department (Austria) celebrated third place Firefighting teams from many countries have been competing for the title of “Best Firefighting Team of the Year” in recent weeks. The winners have now been announced. Palermo Fire Department (Italy) was presented with the title at a gala ceremony in Ulm Conference Center by IVECO MAGIRUS Brandschutztechnik GmbH and was able to take the prestigi...

Swiss town of Bellinzona procures IVECO MAGIRUS rescue vehicle for its fire brigade

The important feature of the Bellinzona rescue vehicle is the powerful and fully hydraulic loading crane fitted at the rear Bellinzona is the main town of the canton Ticino in Italian-speaking Switzerland. Bellinzona has approx. 17,000 inhabitants and is thus the second-largest town in the canton, the largest being Lugano. The situation of Bellinzona at the foot of the Gotthard massif and at the junction of the transeuropean routes to the alpine passes Sankt Gotthard, Lukman...

Low-lying, distinctive vehicle for Witten from IVECO Magirus

The professional fire-fighters of Witten placed great importance on a low overall height for their new HLF, and due to a modification of the roof loading and re-positioned blue lights, the vehicle was created as specified with a height of just 2.9 m. The IVECO 160 E 30 on-road chassis, with an engine performance of 300 HP and an Allison MD 3060 automatic transmission, provides outstanding handling characteristics, is very manoeuvrable and is ideal for the urban environment in and around Wi...

Two HLF 20/16 for Ostfildern

The town of Ostfildern recently took delivery of two IVECO Magirus emergency service fire fighting vehicles on Mercedes Atego chassis. The range of equipment was selected on an individual basis in close coordination with the respective sub-stations. The vehicle for the Nellingen brigade is, for example, additionally equipped with water supply gear. In the equipment locker, there is the possibility of laterally storing, among other things, a portable pump - easily removable by means of a lift -...

Two HLF 20/ 16 for the Pforzheim brigade

With their new 20/16s, the professional fire-fighters of Pforzheim have taken possession of a fully customised solution from IVECO Magirus. Particular attention was paid to maximising ergonomics and ensuring easy accessibility to equipment whilst, at the same time, maintaining compact external dimensions. With these multi-purpose vehicles and their extensive ranges of equipment, nearly all operations can be completed simultaneously.    

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