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
Wildland firefighting is one of the most dangerous and demanding professions in the world. Firefighters battle grueling, life-threatening situations and go where most people would never dare to go. As fires become more extreme, it’s essential that the equipment that...
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Hayley Smith - Los Angeles Times Despite months of warnings fueled by extreme heat and drought-desiccated conditions, California's deadly fire season ended with remarkably little area burned, with just 362,403 acres scorched in 2022, compared with more than 2.5...
NEAH BAY, Wash. (AP) — A wildfire at the far northwestern tip of the Olympic Peninsula prompted more than 100 people to evacuate neighborhoods in Neah Bay on Thursday, and nearby schools have closed. The fire is burning on the remote Makah Indian reservation near...
PEDRO, Ohio (AP) — Officials say a 1,300-acre wildfire in Wayne National Forest in far southern Ohio began with multiple small wildfires earlier this week. A statement Thursday from Wayne National Forest said firefighters were working to contain the blaze and urged...
Katie Dowd – SFGate, San Francisco Oct. 25—The first 30 minutes of CBS’ new primetime drama “Fire Country” are enough to give any Californian a bad feeling about the direction of the show. As a raging wildfire bears down on a town, three characters find themselves...
By JOHN ANTCZAK LOS ANGELES (AP) — A turn to wet weather has blunted an already moderate wildfire season in California but some risk remains as changing climate has made a rainy fall no guarantee of a stormy winter. The latest Pacific storm brought bands of rain and...
Jack Lee – San Francisco Chronicle Oct. 27—Canyon wildfires produce some of the most challenging conditions for fire crews working to suppress blazes. Steep inclines in hard-to-reach areas can make it extremely difficult for firefighters to get to the flames. On top...