Fire Line Equipment, a leading provider of fire apparatus and emergency vehicles, is thrilled to announce the expansion of its E-ONE sales territory to include Western New York. This strategic move is in line with the company’s mission to provide top-quality emergency vehicles and unparalleled service to first responders across a wider geographical area.

As the authorized dealer of E-ONE emergency vehicles in Central Pennsylvania, Fire Line Equipment has built a solid reputation for delivering exceptional sales, service, and support to fire departments and emergency services throughout the region. The addition of Western New York to their service area will allow them to extend this level of commitment to even more first responders, helping ensure the safety and efficiency of their operations. Counties in Western New York now serviced by Fire Line Equipment include: Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Chemung, Erie, Genesee, Niagara, Orleans, Schuyler, Steuben and Wyoming counties.

E-ONE, a leading manufacturer of emergency vehicles, is known for its innovative designs, quality craftsmanship, and reliable performance. The company’s extensive product line includes aerial ladders, platforms, pumpers, tankers, and rescue vehicles that are specifically engineered to meet the demanding needs of modern firefighting.

“With this expansion, we are excited to bring the cutting-edge technology and superior performance of E-ONE emergency vehicles to fire departments and emergency services in Western New York,” said Mike Jamison, Sales Manager of Fire Line Equipment. “Our commitment to excellence in sales, service, and support will only be strengthened by this growth, and we look forward to fostering strong relationships with the first responders in our new service area.”

Fire Line Equipment’s long term growth strategy includes ongoing investments in infrastructure, personnel, and technology, ensuring that we maintain the highest standards in customer service and support. This expansion is a testament to our dedication to helping fire departments and emergency services access the tools they need to protect their communities effectively.