Emergency Management Agency acquired twenty-five fire engines

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Emergency Management Agency's vehicle fleet is expanded by twenty-five all Hungarian made fire engines with a total value of over three billion forints. The vehicles will be transferred to sixteen counties across the country, according to the ministry of internal affairs.

The Herab Aquadux-X 4000 fire trucks equipped with Renault-powered engines; their chassis made by Rába, and manufactured by Heros Zrt. owned by the ministry of interior.

The Hungarian made fire engine prototype was completed in 2014. Production of the Herab Aquadux-X 4000 series started in 2016. This year 54 fire engines are being produced, of which 25 were bought by the Hungarian Emergency Management Agency. Photo: Zoltán Máthé / MTI


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