City of Port St. Joe Fire Department Accepts Delivery of First Toyne Pumper
Port St. Joe, FL (May 1, 2019) - The City of Port St. Joe Fire Department has received delivery of their very first custom-built Toyne Pumper. Delivery of the department’s new Toyne Tailored Apparatus was completed in late March. Addition of the new pumper will have a positive impact on the department’s emergency response capabilities; currently the department has two Class A pumpers, one 75-foot ladder pumper, one brush unit and one rescue unit.
Knox-Center Township Fire Department Replaces Older Apparatus with A New Toyne Pumper
Knox, Indiana (April 1, 2019) - The Knox-Center Township Volunteer Fire Department received delivery of their new customized Toyne Pumper. This is the department’s second Toyne Tailored Apparatus. A new pumper was needed to replace an older engine in the fleet. Specialized equipment on the Toyne apparatus will greatly increase the department’s firefighting capabilities.
Toyne Bringing Apparatus Expertise to FDIC
Breda, IA (March 21, 2019) - In April, Toyne will gear up to showcase its latest fire apparatus and customization expertise at the 2019 Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC) in Indianapolis, Indiana. FDIC is the world’s largest firefighter expo and conference. The event will be held in the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium from April 9-13.
Elko County Fire Protection District Receives Delivery of Four Toyne Apparatus
Elko, Nevada (March 1, 2019) - Elko County Fire Protection District in Elko County, Nevada recently received delivery of four Toyne Tailored Apparatus. Toyne delivered two Wildland, one Pumper Tanker, and one Rapid Attack apparatus in early February.
Enterprise Fire Company Receives Delivery of First Toyne Apparatus
PHOENIX, New York (February 1, 2019) - The Enterprise Fire Company No. 1 in Phoenix, New York has accepted delivery of a custom-built Toyne Priority Response Vehicle (PRV). The fire department received the apparatus in late November. As the department’s first Toyne apparatus, the PRV will fulfill multiple roles for the growing department, such as mutual aid backup and first response.
Storm Lake Fire Department Adds Two New Toyne Apparatus
The Storm Lake Fire Department in Storm Lake, Iowa has expanded its fleet’s ability to respond to the variety of incoming calls it receives, after purchasing two custom built Toyne apparatus.
Bonnieville, Kentucky Receives New Toyne Pumper
The Bonnieville Fire Department in Bonnieville, Kentucky recently added a new Toyne Pumper to its fleet, expanding its firefighting power.
Elsberry, Missouri Expands Fleet with Two Toyne Apparatus
The Elsberry Fire Protection District in Elsberry, Missouri has added additional firefighting power to its fleet this summer and fall with the arrival of two new Toyne apparatus.
Toyne Delivers New Apparatus to Fairview Fire and Rescue
Fairview Fire and Rescue in Monroe, North Carolina has increased its fleet’s firefighting power with the purchase of a new Toyne Pumper Tanker. Fairview, Toyne’s October 2018 Featured Customer, received the high-capacity apparatus in mid-September. This addition will boost the fire defense of this robust department, which covers a nearly 35-square-mile district in North Carolina.
Toyne’s Dealer Network Gathers at Annual Summit
Toyne, Inc., an Iowa-based manufacturer of custom fire apparatus, recently hosted its annual dealer meeting at The Carrollton Inn in Carroll, Iowa and its headquarters in Breda, Iowa.
Dickinson Rural Fire Department Receives Fifth Toyne Apparatus
Dickinson Rural Fire Department is now home to a fifth Toyne apparatus, after receiving a new pumper in mid-August. The department, located in Dickinson, North Dakota, has been a longtime Toyne customer, and its latest apparatus will help bolster its firefighting efforts in and around the city.
Howard County Takes Delivery of Fourth Toyne Apparatus
Howard County Fire Protection District welcomed a Toyne Pumper Tanker to its fleet this spring, marking the district’s fourth new Toyne apparatus in the last few years. The pumper tanker will increase the firefighting strength of the department, which covers a wide territory in north central Missouri.