Toyne Prepares Powerful Lineup for FDIC
This April, the world's largest firefighter training and expo once again takes over Indianapolis, and Toyne will be returning to showcase its latest apparatus and fire industry expertise. The 2018 Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC) takes place from April 23–28 in the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium. Toyne's booth will house two of the Iowa-based fire apparatus manufacturer's most recent trucks, including a pumper and an aerial.
Verona, Pennsylvania Receives New Toyne Pumper
The Verona Volunteer Fire Company in Verona, Pennsylvania added more power to its fleet in February after receiving a new pumper from Toyne, a premier fire apparatus manufacturer. The pumper is loaded with firefighting equipment and technology that make it a valuable addition to the fire company, giving Verona firefighters more tools to respond to calls in their community.
Toyne Pumper Delivered to Great Bend, Kansas
Great Bend, Kansas is home to a new pumper after the Great Bend Fire/EMS Department received the apparatus in mid-January. Built by premier fire apparatus manufacturer Toyne, the pumper will assist in the firefighting efforts of the department, which serves 156 square miles of Baron County, Kansas.
Mission, Texas Fire Department Welcomes Toyne Pumper
The Mission Fire Department located in Mission, Texas, has added more power to its firefighting efforts with the purchase of a pumper from Toyne, an Iowa-based, industry-leading fire apparatus manufacturer. The new apparatus features technology that will allow the department to better respond to calls in the Mission area.
Toyne Priority Response Vehicle Delivered to Corning, NY
The East Corning Volunteer Fire Department recently received a new pumper courtesy of Toyne, a leading fire apparatus manufacturer. The fire department, located in Corning, New York, selected a Toyne Priority Response Vehicle as a replacement for an older engine. They expect the new technology to improve the department's effectiveness and allow it to better meet the community's needs.