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Fire-fighting specialists and interested fair visitors were able to inspect the innovative Empl fire-fighting concepts and vehicles at the “Feuerwehr Alpine” fire-fighting fair, which was held in Innsbruck from 19th to 21st October. Six custom-made vehicles were presented to interested visitors in the hall area as well as the outdoor exhibition space.


Approximately 100 exhibitors presented their novelties in the field of fire-fighting and vehicle technology on the Innsbruck fair grounds during the last weekend, as part of the celebration of the 140-year anniversary of the Tyrolean Fire Brigade Association. This specialised fair included interesting devices and demonstrations in the field of fire and disaster prevention and an extensive social programme.



The fair was a success for Empl. Six special vehicles, various equipment options and protective clothing were presented to the visitors. The special highlight at the entrance area of the fair was the new TLFH-A 3000/500 for the Innsbruck Professional Fire Brigade. It was ceremonially handed over in front of the “Golden Roof” in the city centre of Innsbruck as part of the fair events on Saturday.


A series of additional Empl vehicles was presented in the open area: the heavy emergency rescue vehicles from Seefeld, Imst and Telfs. In the hall, visitors were attracted by four exciting high-tech vehicles. A RF-A of the Au Voluntary Fire Brigade, a TLF-A 4000/200 of the Feldbach Voluntary Fire Brigade, a LAST with foldable lifting platform, loading crane, cable winch and sliding cover of the Mühlau Voluntary Fire Brigade as well as a TLF-A 4000/150/50 of the voluntary fire brigade of Bruck an der Leitha, which had been officially handed over to the customer at the IAA Motor Show in Hanover.


Empl cordially thanks all visitors and partners for their interesting conversations, good cooperation and their trust in the company!


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