Acela Truck Company & Fire Line Equipment Announce Strategic Partnership

Capable high water flood rescue trucks and wildland fire trucks

 

 

BELGRADE, MT AND NEW HOLLAND, PA – Acela Truck Company and Fire Line Equipment recently announced a strategic partnership to distribute Acela Monterra extreme-duty, high water/flood recue trucks. The two companies are partnering to offer capable high water flood rescue trucks and wildland fire trucks, expanding Acela Truck Company’s growing distribution footprint and Fire Line Equipment’s growing product offerings.

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Capable high water flood rescue trucks and wildland fire trucks     BELGRADE, MT AND NEW HOLLAND, PA – Acela Truck Company and Fire Line Equipment recently announced a strategic partnership to distribute Acela Monterra extreme-duty, high water/flood recue trucks. The two companies are partnering to offer capable high water flood rescue trucks and wildland […]

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