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Fire Trucks for Africa

Fire Trucks for Africa (Pty) Ltd. (trading as Fire Trucks 4 Africa and Ambulances for Export) is an international company with offices in Durban, South Africa. We supply NEW and USED fire trucks, ambulances and equipment to meet a customers’ requirements. With over 40 years’ experience in the emergency services sector we are well qualified to fulfil our function.

We have supplied new and used fire trucks and ambulances to mines all over Africa. Most mines are in remote areas with rough terrain, so we supply vehicles suitable for the conditions. It is also important to have spare part availability in the country of use, so we identify the most suitable make of chassis for that country.

New vehicles are supplied with a warranty and we ensure any warranty claim is speedily resolved. Used vehicles are checked and tested before delivery and we supply any spare parts that may be needed in the future life of the vehicle.

Recent sales include the supply of 4×4 and 6×6 fire trucks and 4×4 ambulances to mines in the DRC, Madagascar, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Tanzania, Mali, Ghana and South Africa. We have supplied 4×4 ambulances to aid organisations during the Ebola outbreak and new and used fire trucks for use by civil defence in Syria.

We are committed to providing a solution to meet any requirement. Our contact details can be found on our websites. We are always available to provide a no obligation quote, or any information required to assist in meeting your requirements.


Fire 2022 tickets now on sale

The leading one-day Fire 2022 conference is returning for its third year with tickets now on sale.

Traditionally organised collaboratively between the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE), Fire Protection Association (FPA) and the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC), the Fire 2022 team have now welcomed the Fire Sector Federation (FSF) as a key contributor and supporter of this event.

The conference will boast presentations and workshops by expert speakers from the UK and around the world. This year’s themes include competency and a focus on legislation changes, as well as a look ahead to the sector’s future challenges around climate change, sustainability and the introduction of new fuels.

Taking place on 18 October, the event will be held in a hybrid format enabling delegates from around the world to attend in person or online.

Steve Hamm, IFE Chief Executive, said: “The conference is growing year on year and has become a key date in the diary for sector leaders and stakeholders to come together to share learnings and discuss and debate major challenges that are affecting us all as fire professionals.”

To secure your place and view more information about the event click here.