SAIC Hongyan All-drive Fire Trucks Shipped to Ethiopia

November 23,2023

Recently, Hongyan held a grand departure ceremony in Chongqing for a batch of foam fire trucks that will be on their way to Ethiopia. Upon arrival, the fire trucks will be put into operation in forests, oilfields and airports in Ethiopia to help improve the level of local firefighting and emergency response.
SAIC Hongyan All-drive Fire Trucks Shipped to Ethiopia

The trucks adopt SAIC Hongyan's synchromous European advanced technology and are built on the first original chassis for fire trucks in China developed by SAIC Hongyan - GENLYON 4-door 4×4 all-wheel-drive fire truck chassis and the conventional all-wheel-drive water-tank. Other equipment include a Coso's 290-horsepower engines, Allison's automatic transmissions, as well as Packer's full-power power take-offs. They offer strong power, high efficiency and low consumption and can travel to places at high altitude, enabling fire fighters to arrive at the rescue scenes quickly.

With rich experience in chassis development and manufacturing, Hongyan can produce various types of fire trucks. These high-quality products have not only been recognized by major fire truck manufacturers in the industry, but also gained the trust of end-users.

Since the beginning of the year, SAIC Hongyan has successfully completed the batch delivery of fire trucks to Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries, and before that Hongyan delivered hundreds of SAIC Hongyan fire trucks to Papua New Guinea, Dominican Republic, and other Southeast Asian and North American countries to enhance the local fire fighting and rescue capabilities. In the future, SAIC Hongyan will continue to think globally and take advantage of the opportunities provided by the Belt and Road Initiative to drive toward greater expansion in the overseas market.

Source : www.chinatrucks.com

Editor : Linda

Views : 6941

Tags : Hongyan

Share :
Poster
Press to save or share
China Trucks Advisor

Submit and we are always at your service.

Latest News
More +