HME Ahrens-Fox designs, engineers and manufactures custom and commercial fire trucks for fire departments, municipalities and military facilities around the world.
HME has had a long history as a renowned chassis builder for the fire truck industry, but since early 1970’s has been producing complete fire apparatus that are considered to be some of the finest in the world today, right here in Wyoming, Michigan.
In addition to continually introducing new innovations, such as the fire industry’s first Compressed Natural Gas powered fire and rescue truck, the company is also recognized as the world’s largest single-source producer of custom, stainless steel fire apparatus.
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