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Aviation fire fighters operate the largest fire fighting vehicles in Australia ultra-large high visibility Rosenbauer Mk8 fire vehicles which can discharge almost 9,000 litres of water within two minutes of arrival at an emergency.
An Abu Dhabi-based manufacturer of world-class ambulances and fire fighting vehicles has announced it is close to meeting its 2013 production capacity and has started looking for orders for the rest of the year.
A T-62 tank converted into a fire fighting vehicle has headed for the site.
The Holmfirth firm supplies fire fighting equipment to 80% of the UK and Ireland's fire brigades and has recently become the official sales agent for Rosenbauer's aerial fire fighting vehicles.
In addition, they have added that as many as three emergency stations of Rescue 1122 Sialkot (including Central Station Katchery Road, Kashmir Road and Daska Road station) are well equipped with 7 advanced ambulances, 6 fire fighting vehicles, a water machine, water rescue van, disaster management vehicle, Ariel Platform (APF) vehicle and a special recovery vehicle (SRV), the advanced call recording system and tracking system is helping a lot , and the rescuers are very efficient and professional that they reach the troubled spot within a few minutes.
About 15 to 20 fire fighting vehicles were put in service.
Department of Transportation will be used to purchase a new airport rescue and fire fighting vehicle and expand the apron where aircrafts are parked.
It has a runway turning pad, apron to accommodate three aircraft and four helicopters, VVIP building, interim air traffic control facilities, meteorology office, general equipment workshop, aircraft handling vehicles and fire fighting services equipped with a fleet of four of the latest 6x6 fire fighting vehicles.