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Quiroga Trucks

Quiroga Trucks

Quiroga Trucks was founded in 1980 by Fire Chief Juan Antonio Quiroga in Salamanca, GTO, Mexico is a growing family Company. Second generation, Juan Carlos Quiroga is now at the helm in the leadership role directing sales, production, and engineering aspects of the Company.

The Company product line is very broad in scope: initial attack vehicles, wildland units, commercial and custom pumpers and aerials, tankers, wildland units, industrial pumpers, light and heavy rescues, ambulances of all types, special service support vehicles, and finally aircraft rescue and firefighting ARFF vehicles of all sizes.

Quiroga Trucks manufactures using heavy duty construction materials and designs process that gives the customer input into how the truck will be built.

It is interesting to note that over 80% of Quiroga materials come from US, like Darley, Akron, Whelen, Kochek, FRC, and other major suppliers

Today we have a new plant with over 90,000 square feet of production area. The facility features a UL pump test facility and NFPA compliant “tilt table” tasting area. Recent deliveries Pumpers, tankers, rescue units and ambulances in Mexico and Latin America also included several ARFF vehicles in Mexico, using Scania 4×4 chassis, 1,500 Water / 200 AFFF polipropilene tanks and Darley 1500 gpm diesel-driven rear mounted fire pumps, also.

Quiroga is now compliant to NFPA standards and UL certification of pump, electrical, aerial and ARFF testing at the facility.

Our Company is expanding exports through the world, with primary focus on Latin and South America.

Quiroga is attending the FDIC for the 10th year with their introduction of the new wildland unit and ambulance type II.

For more information, go to www.quirogatrucks.com

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