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February 09, 2016 8:27 PM ET

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Company Overview of Pierce Manufacturing, Inc.

Company Overview

Pierce Manufacturing, Inc. designs and manufactures custom fire trucks and apparatus. It offers custom and commercial chassis; PUC, a multi-purpose response vehicle; and stock trucks. The company also provides aerials that include platforms, ladders, tillers, and sky-booms; pumpers; and rescue trucks, wildland trucks, pumper and dry-side tankers, and homeland security apparatus. In addition, it offers foam systems, side roll protection systems, frontal airbags, tire protection, and elevated waterway systems, as well as maintenance, training, and refurbishment services. Further, the company provides T-shirts, men's apparel, ladies apparel, outerwear, youth and infant apparel, headwear, and ac...

2600 American Drive

P.O. Box 2017

Appleton, WI 54912-2017

United States

Founded in 1913

Phone:

920-832-3000

Fax:

920-832-3353

Key Executives for Pierce Manufacturing, Inc.

Chief Operating Officer
Age: 57
Vice President of Pierce Operations in Florida and General Manager of Pierce Operations in Florida
Director of Training
Vice President of Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Pierce Manufacturing, Inc. Key Developments

Firefighters Sues American LaFrance LLC, Kovatch Mobile Equipment Corp., Mack Trucks Inc., Pierce Manufacturing Inc., Seagrave Fire Apparatus LLC and Federal Signal Corp. over Hearing Loss

More than two dozen New Jersey firefighters are suing five fire truck manufacturers and a siren maker, alleging the noise from the emergency vehicles' sirens have led to an and irreversible loss of hearing. The lawsuit was removed from state Superior Court and filed in federal court in Newark on Dec. 4, 2015, on behalf of 34 current or former firefighters in Elizabeth, Linden, Bayonne, Union, Ridgewood, Kearny, Cranford and West New York. The suit names American LaFrance LLC, Kovatch Mobile Equipment Corp., Mack Trucks Inc., Pierce Manufacturing Inc. and Seagrave Fire Apparatus LLC, as well as Federal Signal Corp. The lawsuit alleges the firefighters, who were each employed by the departments for decades and have suffered irreversible hearing loss and a permanent decrease of their hearing, and making them unable and to enjoy life's pleasures. According to the suit, the fire truck manufacturers failed to test and develop crew cabs or install after-market modifications that would allow for safe sound levels for the firefighters while responding to calls in fire department vehicles, including pump and ladder trucks and paramedic vehicles. The suit further alleges Federal Signal Corp. knew or should have known the sirens were and inherently dangerous and to a human's hearing and failed to develop a safe product. Each firefighter is seeking $150,000 in damages as well as court costs associated with the suit.

Pierce Manufacturing Inc. Announces Order for 48 Custom Apparatus from the Kansas City, Missouri Fire Department

Pierce Manufacturing Inc. announced an order for 48 Pierce® custom fire and emergency vehicles from the Kansas City Fire Department (KCFD) in Kansas City, Missouri. The order is for a wide range of custom apparatus, including 28 pumpers, nine aerial platforms, four rescue pumpers, three heavy-duty rescues, three aerial tillers, and one Hazmat unit. The apparatus will be delivered beginning in Spring 2016. This order is being financed utilizing the fleet replacement-financing program offered through Pierce Financial Solutions in conjunction with PNC Equipment Finance, LLC. The fleet replacement-financing program is a flexible, cost effective fleet management system available to Pierce customers. The 28 pumpers are built on Pierce Impel® custom chassis with a 201-inch wheelbase, and each features a 450 HP engine, TAK-4® independent front suspension, Command Zone™ advanced electronics and control system, a raised roof cab, and a frontal and side roll protection system. The pumpers also feature a 1,500 GPM single stage pump, a 500-gallon water tank, full-height and full-depth compartments and a full complement of ground ladders.

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