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Click on vehicle image for more details.FESCO Emergency Sales is proud to represent four of today's most experienced and most distinguished manufacturers in Horton Emergency Vehicles, Spartan Emergency Response Vehicles, Incident Communication Solutions (ICS), and Marion Body Works.

Horton Emergency Vehicles LogoHorton Emergency Vehicles has been manufacturing ambulances for over 35 years and is an industry leader in many facets of the manufacturing process. Horton is the first manufacturer to build an all-aluminum modular ambulance body. Other Horton innovations include modular cabinetry, electronically controlled oxygen systems, electronic throttle controls, solid-state electronics, vehicle diagnostics and electrical load management. Horton has just introduced their next-generation multiplex electrical system, Intelliplex, i4G. They also lead the industry in design features such as silhouette lighting and blackout windows. Units are subjected to all required testing and procedures as outlined in Federal Ambulance Specifications (#KKK-A-1822F) and Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) guidelines. Horton still maintains the industryís first and only ongoing independent testing program for crash integrity. Click here for Horton's product line.

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Spartan ERV LogoSpartan Emergency Response Vehicles was originally started in 1912 as Luvurne Auto Company, and was eventually purchased in 1997 by Spartan Motors as a wholly owned subsidiary. Also in 1997, Spartan purchased Quality Fire Apparatus, and in 2003 merged the two companies under the Crimson Fire banner. In 2012, Spartan Motors re-named Crimson Fire to become Spartan Emergency Response Vehicles, "Spartan ERV". Today, Spartan ERV is one of the top ten fire apparatus manufacturers in the United States, spcializing as a complete "Top of the Line"manufacturer. When utilizing the high quality Spartan Chassis, Spartan ERV offers sole source responsibility by building the entire unit from the ground up. Spartan ERV pumpers and heavy rescues are manufactured in Brandon, SD, and their aerials and platforms are manufactured in nearby Ephrata, PA. Spartan ERV offers both rear-mount and mid-mount platforms, 75' and 103' rear mount aerials, as well as tractor drawn aerials. Spartan ERV manufactures with either aluminum or stainless steel metals, and their innovative products combined with a "can do" attitude has created a noticeable buzz in the emergency vehicle market. Click here for Spartan ERV's product line.

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IIncident Communication Solutions (ICS), was founded in 2006 and specializes in building the highest quality specialty vehicles. Located in nearby Stevensville, MD, ICS employs a highly skilled set of workers who have attention to detail that is second to none. From simple response vehicles to full command centers, ICS has the right solution for you. Click here for details about ICS and their impressive product line.

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Marion Body Works is an independent, privately owned manufacturer specializing in the design and production of quality emergency vehicles. Founded in 1907, Marion was the first builder to use all-aluminum body construction. Marionís complete line of emergency vehicles includes rescue trucks, rescue squads, pumpers, aerials, front-mount pumpers, mini-pumpers and Hazmat vehicles, all with a custom or commercial chassis of your choice. Today, Marion builds all-aluminum and stainless steel bodies, so you get the very best. Click here for Marion's product line.

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FESCO Emergency Sales - 7010 Troy Hill Drive - Elkridge, MD 21075-5604
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