Strong, Stable, Committed to the Fire Service Since 1890
At Sutphen, we realize that the act of purchasing fire apparatus is so much more than just a mundane business transaction. Everything involved, from the beginning planning stages, to the delivery and acceptance, require time and commitment. We value that substantial commitment you are making with your time. This commitment is why we don’t just put our name on our apparatus, we put our hearts into it.
Sutphen is heavy-duty all the time
Over 130 years of experience
At Sutphen, our mission is to build the safest, most reliable, fire apparatus in the world, through innovation and customer focus.
We recognize how important our customers, employees, and families are to the success of our company. We understand that our company’s well-being is dependent upon our contributions and commitment. We all agree to grow our business through the following core values:
Sutphen Corp. has delivered a SL 100 aerial ladder quint to Opelika (AL) Fire Department that will replace a 25-year old rear-mount aerial platform, which will be held in reserve.
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Its fleet consists of an engine, a rescue-pumper, an aerial ladder platform, and three advanced life support (ALS) ambulances, with the fire suppression rigs all built by Sutphen Corp.
For the second year in a row, Sutphen Corporation, the largest family-owner fire apparatus manufacturer in the nation, will offer an expansive courseload of Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT) classes while also proctoring the EVT Certification Commission’s national exams directly following classes.
La Junta (CO) Fire and EMS recently received a new Sutphen SP 70 aerial platform quint to replace a nearly-20-year old straight stick aerial, and the new Sutphen quickly proved its value at the scene of a massive feed store structure fire.
The Harwich (MA) Fire Department has taken delivery on a new Sutphen SL 100 aerial ladder quint that replaces an engine and an aerial ladder.
Sutphen Corp. announced IKON Fire as its new fire apparatus and equipment dealer in Colorado and Wyoming.
Sutphen Corporation recently announced the expansion of Heartland Fire Trucks as Sutphen’s official sales and service representative in Arkansas.