David Rea, Cortland’s chief, says the department wanted to replace a pumper that Cortland had outgrown in terms of how much equipment they wanted to carry. “We purchased a new rescue-pumper from Sutphen Corp. through the Ohio State Term Schedule, which is a cooperative purchasing program that Sutphen participates in,” Rea says.
Modified by Darley, a global manufacturer and distributor for defense, fire and rescue vehicles, the vehicle will aid National Park Service firefighters in protecting Bandelier’s 33,000 acres that include ancient native lands and sacred sites.
Slade McLendon joins Darley as a recent top graduate from Auburn University, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge and a strong commitment to serving first responders.
The Bozeman Fire Department reported on social media June 5 that two new pumpers, originally ordered in August 2021, are nearing completion and are expected to arrive mid-summer.
The Darley Thought Leadership Essay Contest is an annual competition that invites fire service professionals to share their thoughts on diversity and inclusion in the fire service.
Meadville (PA) Fire Rescue & EMS had a 30-year-old aerial platform and a pumper that were starting to have maintenance issues, so the department put together a truck committee to spec out a quint that could fill the functions of both an engine and a truck. At the end of the committee’s work, the department decided to purchase a Sutphen SLR 75 quint aerial ladder.
ITASCA, IL – 4/27/2023 – Darley announced that Timothy Nelson has been named Chief Financial Officer of Darley, effective May 1, 2023. Darley CEO Paul Darley, said, “Tim is a proven leader with a superior track record of delivering results and creating value. I’m...
The number of electric vehicles (EV) on the road is rising exponentially, and our emergency response must adjust accordingly. Electric vehicles pose several unique issues and challenges for firefighters. They burn hotter, they burn faster, and they can start on fire without warning.
Wilson Jones, the former President and CEO of Oshkosh Corporation, has been appointed to the Board of Directors at Darley.
The end result is a Sutphen SPH 100 foot aerial platform built on a Sutphen Monarch heavy duty custom chassis with a 62-inch extended four-door flat-roof cab.
When the Clinton Township (OH) Fire Department chief approached Sutphen with a unique request for the department’s new apparatus, the manufacturer reached out to Kussmaul to help design a system that would fit the requirements.
Darley, Waterous and Hale all make great centrifugal firefighting pumps. If we all did not build a high-quality product, none of us would be in business for well over 100 years.