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April 19, 2015 3:58 PM ET

Automobiles

Company Overview of American LaFrance, LLC

Company Overview

As of January 17, 2014, American LaFrance, LLC went out of business. American LaFrance, LLC designs and manufactures fire, rescue, and emergency vehicles. It offers fire engines, commercial trucks, mobile armored vehicles, and aftermarket products; and custom pumpers, stainless steel pumpers, rear mount ladder HD vehicles, rear mount ladder aerial performers, and tractor drawn aerial vehicles. The company also provides mid-mount platform fire-fighting vehicles for urban areas with narrow streets; rear mount platform vehicles; walk-in rescue vehicles; rescue walk-around vehicles for medium and heavy-duty applications; and aerial vehicles to handle rescue and fire suppression operations, and c...

164 Spring Grove Drive

Moncks Corner, SC 29461

United States

Founded in 1832

Phone:

843-486-7400

Fax:

843-486-7417

Key Executives for American LaFrance, LLC

American LaFrance, LLC does not have any Key Executives recorded.

American LaFrance, LLC Key Developments

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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