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Service After the Sale

Posted in Blog on March 16, 2018

By Brett Jensen One of the most important decision-making factors when making a critical purchasing decision for a new fire apparatus is the quality and guarantee of service after the sale has been made. It’s one of the most frequently asked questions we receive: “What type of support do you offer if we have issues […]

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Midwest Fire Customers Converge on Scene to Battle Grain Elevator Fire

Posted in Company News, Industry News on February 21, 2018

 (LUVERNE, MN) February 21, 2018- During a nearly three-day blaze caused by re-flash, 58 fire departments from areas surrounding Northrop, Minn., aided in combatting the fire by volunteering their apparatus and manpower. More than 20 of the responding departments utilized equipment from Midwest Fire Equipment & Repair Company (Midwest Fire). “Every day our team works […]

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Announcing the New All-Poly Series Pumper

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Our customers will be pleased to know that Midwest Fire is now carrying an All-Poly Pumper to complement our existing line of All-Poly Tankers, Tanker Pumpers, Quick Attacks, and Brush Trucks.   The polypropylene construction makes these vehicles rust-proof, corrosion-proof, and lightweight while being strong and rigid.And now the durable construction that so many rely upon […]

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The Direct Sales Difference from Midwest Fire

Posted in Blog on February 13, 2018

Picture this: you set out to buy a new car, but instead of going the traditional route of working with dealers and salesmen, you decide to elevate your experience: You want to go custom. After researching and asking around, you find a manufacturer who not only lets you customize your new ride but also keeps […]

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On Point Customer Service at Midwest Fire

Posted in Blog on January 15, 2018

This month we are posting a guest blog by Kraig Scholten, VP Project Manager at Midwest Fire:   When your department is looking to buy a new fire apparatus, we know that clear communication throughout the process is vital. Too many contacts for one piece of equipment can cause confusion, delays, and frustration on all […]

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