FIRE AND EMERGENCY MANUFACTURERS AND SERVICES ASSOCIATION

Erin Ward

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Harrington, Inc.

Harrington, Inc. is the Universal Connection in the U.S. fire industry. Hal Harrington started the business in 1988 and it is still managed by the Harrington family located in Erie, Pennsylvania.

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PMI

PMI is a company founded and run by rescuers, cavers, climbers, rope access technicians and mountaineers.

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RAMFAN

RAMFAN ventilation products have been on the forefront in the industrial, fire and military industries.

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S&H Products

For nearly three decades S&H Products have been trusted by firefighters around the world to provide them with the necessary tools to aid them in saving lives and property.

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Fire News

Fire News has increased its print circulation, growing to nine editions and 15 states with expanded coverage and many new features

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PAC Tool Mounts

PAC Tool Mounts utilizes the best possible materials and manufacturing methods resulting in long-lasting service and are tested to the highest standards.

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Stryker

Stryker is one of the world’s leading medical technology companies and, together with our customers, we are driven to make healthcare better.

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Sutphen

Building the safest, most reliable fire apparatus in the world through innovation and customer focus has enabled the Sutphen family to become an integral part of the nation’s frontline, emergency services.

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Conway Shield

In its commitment to the fire service and first responders, Conway Shield stands as a great example of a purpose-driven business.

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CFSI

The Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) was established in 1989 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan policy institute, designed to educate members of Congress about the needs and challenges of our nation’s fire and emergency services and to help them understand how the federal government can support the needs of first responders.

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