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Announcing the New All-Poly Series Pumper

Posted in Blog on February 21, 2018

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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Midwest Fire Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Posted in Company News on January 11, 2018

Midwest Fire Equipment & Repair Company (Midwest Fire) celebrated 30 years of manufacturing top quality fire apparatus. Midwest Fire is a direct dealer of tankers, tanker-pumpers, brush trucks, and fire rescue vehicles. More than 900 trucks have been manufactured and delivered upon this pearl anniversary. In 2013, the company was acquired by Midwest Fire CEO […]

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Improving Midwest Fire’s Bid Process with HGACBuy

Posted in Blog on December 15, 2017

In a special guest blog, Jeff Bowen – Account Representative & HGAC Coordinator at Midwest Fire – describes the relationship between Midwest Fire and HGACBuy: When it’s time for a fire department to buy new apparatus or equipment, many times the process can be lengthy, tedious, and expensive.    In November of 2015, Midwest Fire […]

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