Oshkosh Corporation Fire & Emergency Group is displaying the all-new Oshkosh® XP fire apparatus at Intersec 2016 to be held January 17-19 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center. The Oshkosh® XP fire apparatus represents a co-venture between Oshkosh and Scania, and will be on display at Stand 5-D11.
“Intersec is among the world’s leading fire protection trade fairs, and we’re proud to showcase the new Oshkosh XP fire apparatus at this important exposition,” said Salim Hawi, Oshkosh Corporation vice president of international sales. “The Oshkosh XP has received excellent feedback and reviews from industry professionals. It is a fully integrated and well-equipped product and is backed by a comprehensive service and support network.”
The new Oshkosh XP fire apparatus is engineered and constructed to exacting standards by an Oshkosh Corporation Company, Pierce Manufacturing, Inc. (North America’s leading designer of custom fire and emergency vehicles) and will be displayed on a Scania P360 chassis. The vehicle is fully outfitted with a powerful 4,000-LPM pump, an integrated foam system, a high-pressure hose reel, and a full complement of rescue tools and equipment.
The Oshkosh XP fire apparatus is built on a corrosion resistant 4638 mm aluminum body with full-height compartments on both the driver and passenger sides. Storage space is ample and well designed, and compartments are organized to accommodate customer-specific requirements. Other features include rugged spatter paint finished compartment interiors, roll-up doors with LED strip lighting, and enclosed ladder storage.
Oshkosh Corporation serves customers across the Middle East with a wide range of severe duty vehicles and world-class support. The Oshkosh Striker® is an industry-leading aircraft rescue and fire fighting (ARFF) vehicle that offers many proprietary technologies, including proprietary Oshkosh TAK-4® fully independent suspension. Striker vehicles are on duty at leading airports across the Middle East, including Kuwait, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates. In addition, Pierce industrial firefighting apparatus and rapid response vehicles are in service with countries throughout the region.