HME-Ahrens Fox Adds New Canadian Dealership

HME Ahrens-Fox, America’s paramount custom fire apparatus manufacturer announces the expansion of their sales and service into Canada with another major addition to its dealer network.

Eastway Emergency Vehicles has been named their sales and service distributor for the Provinces of Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec. Headquartered in Carleton Place, ON, the new distributor is led by president Neil Greene.

“Neil and his team have a well-earned reputation for outstanding service to the industry.” said Mitch Willoughby, HME Ahrens-Fox director of sales. “We know EEV will deliver strong sales and customer service to emergency responders in the Canadian market based on their previous track record and their recent HME sales while coming aboard”, adds Willoughby.

“Our sales team at Eastway Emergency Vehicles is very excited in being able to introduce to our customers the HME Ahrens-Fox heavy duty 12-gauge, high quality stainless steel fire apparatus products”, said Neil Greene, president and owner. Greene adds, “The HME, Inc. product line will complement our company’s heavy duty, fully welded aluminum fire apparatus. The combined companies offer over 60 new and pre-owned trucks in inventory for immediate delivery.”

Ken Lenz, president of HME, Inc. said “EEV brings both the sales experience and qualified service to the table in offering our full line of single source products and has the ability to take care of our customers after the sale with comprehensive support capabilities and is fully staffed with factory trained technicians and mobile service vehicles.”

HME, Incorporated is a privately held, industry leader, world class manufacturer of fire apparatus, offering a comprehensive range of fire apparatus including its full line of aerials, towers, custom and commercial pumpers, mini-pumpers, rapid attack trucks, wild land and interface apparatus, rescues and tankers.

HME is the world’s largest single-source producer of custom, stainless steel fire apparatus and has introduced a number of fire industry firsts, including tilt-cab engineering, touch-screen valve control technology and industry leading, across-the-board tight turn radius and cramp angles.

Visit the company at www.firetrucks.com.

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