BME Fire Trucks
Manufacturing dependable fire apparatus since 1990.
We opened our doors in 1990 and have been manufacturing and serving firefighters for over 30 years. We are your wildland fire truck manufacturer, providing your department with exceptional craftsmanship with the highest safety standards and durability in the market.
Being one of the trusted names among wildland apparatus manufacturers, we understand that fire departments face specific challenges related to their unique environments, so we are committed to designing better fire trucks to fit your needs. Whether you need a brush truck, crew carrier, or water tender, BME apparatus will always outperform on the fireline.
BUILDING FIRE APPARATUS SINCE 1990
BME Fire Trucks is more than a fire truck manufacturer. We opened our doors over 30 years ago because of our respect and admiration for the fire industry. Each and every apparatus that leaves our facility is built with its end-use in mind. Our team prides itself in building something that protects and serves departments across the US and Canada. BME has manufactured apparatus for CAL FIRE, BLM, USFS, and municipal fire departments across the US and is the branded leader in wildland fire apparatus.
Being a family-owned company, we make sure that people are at the foundation of our business. From dealer to department, every person that walks through our doors will always be treated like family. We will always work with you and your department to ensure you have what you need for the frontlines.
Every apparatus that leaves our facility is inspected for safety, durability, and performance. Our mission is to continue innovating fire apparatus so that it will perform no matter the severity of the fire season. That’s the BME difference.
BME Fire Trucks News
Industry Veteran Lou Gildemeister Honored as a Hero of PHOS-CHEK
Perimeter Solutions is celebrating the 60th anniversary of PHOS-CHEK® long-term fire retardant, which was first approved by the US Forest Service in 1963. PHOS-CHEK has protected thousands of properties from destruction and saved countless lives in the decades since...
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Out-of-control Wildfire in Eastern NC Grows to 5,200 Acres
Mark Price - The Charlotte Observer UPDATE: As of 4 p.m. Sunday, March 26, the wildfire was 34% contained and covered 5,200 acres, the N.C. Department of Agriculture reports. The original story is below. A wildfire in eastern North Carolina has spread across 5,200...
1500 Evacuated as Spain’s Fire Season Starts Early
By JENNIFER O'MAHONY Associated Press Eds: UPDATES: With Spanish prime minister's quotes. Minor edits. With AP Photos. MADRID (AP) — More than 1,500 people were evacuated as a major forest fire raged in Spain’s eastern Castellon province on Friday, marking an...
Biden Administration Invests $197 Million Into Wildfire Defense Fund
Kate Heston - Daily Inter Lake, Kalispell, Mont. Mar. 22—A $197 million investment into a community wildfire defense program was announced by Vice President Kamala Harris, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and White House Senior Advisor Mitch Landrieu on Monday....
Lawsuit Jeopardizes Use of Crucial Wildfire Retardant
Alex Wigglesworth - Los Angeles Times For most Californians, the sight of aircraft spewing neon pink liquid over flaming trees and brush has become a hallmark of aggressive wildfire suppression campaigns — if not a potent symbol of government's struggle to control...
Walking the Knife’s Edge of Integrity
Years ago while serving as Chief 1 (Fire Staff) on a large western forest, I had the opportunity to find myself at odds with the Regional Forester and my boss, the Forest Supervisor. Generally, I was well respected in my job by both of those individuals. And they knew...
The West’s Forests Increasingly Struggle to Recover From Wildfires – Altering How Fires Burn Could Boost Their Chances
Kimberley Davis United States Forest Service Guidelines on use of articles from The Conversation can be found at http://bit.ly/TCUSinfo or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Images, graphics and shortened text may also be available from The Conversation. (The...