February 28, 2015 8:29 PM ET


Company Overview of E-ONE, Inc.

Company Overview

E-ONE, Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets fire rescue vehicles. Its products include custom and commercial pumper tankers, water master vacuum tankers, aerial ladders and platforms, command and communication apparatus, quick attack units, industrial trucks, aircraft rescue firefighting vehicles, rescues and command centers, chassis, cabs, bodies, and tanks. The company also provides aftermarket parts; and wreck repairs and refurbishment services, such as aerial upgrades, chassis upgrades, and collision repairs, as well as additional services, such as LED upgrades, stainless steel plumbing upgrades, four-door cab conversions, body compartment modifications, adding hydraulic ladder racks,...

1601 S.W. 37th Avenue

Ocala, FL 34474

United States

Founded in 1967





Key Executives for E-ONE, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
President of the New York facility
Vice President of Corporate Business Development
Director of special Information Technology Projects
Regional Director of Sales-upper Midwest territory
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

E-ONE, Inc. Key Developments

E-ONE, Inc. Announces Management Changes

Allied Specialty Vehicles announced the appointment of Dan Peters as President and CEO of E-ONE, Inc. Peters replaces Kent Tyler who has been appointed to the position of President and CEO for the newly formed ASV Bus Division. Peters has served as president of Collins Bus Corporation since early 2013. Peters will take over his new role with E-ONE on November 11, 2013.

Ten More Pittsburgh Firefighters Files Civil Lawsuit Against Federal Signal Corp., Mack Trucks, American LaFrance, E-One Inc., Kovatch Mobile Equipment Corp., Pierce Manufacturing Inc. and Seagrave Fire Apparatus LLC

Ten more Pittsburgh firefighters filed a civil lawsuit against the manufacturer of sirens and fire trucks, claiming the loud sounds permanently injured their hearing. The firefighters - seven of whom have been employed by the city since 1993 and three since 2001 - said the companies "knew or should have known that the products were inherently dangerous, defective and hazardous to human hearing" and "are strictly liable" for their hearing loss. Four Pittsburgh firefighters filed an almost identical lawsuit and have the same attorneys. Representatives from two of the companies - Federal Signal Corp. of Illinois and Mack Trucks of Allentown announced they will fight the lawsuits and believe they lack merit. Other companies named in the lawsuit are: American LaFrance of South Carolina, E-One Inc. of Florida, Kovatch Mobile Equipment Corp. of Carbon County, Pierce Manufacturing Inc. of Wisconsin and Seagrave Fire Apparatus LLC of Harrisburg. Officials from those companies did not return calls seeking comment.

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