SERVING FIRE, POLICE, AND EMERGENCY SERVICE PROFESSIONALS SINCE 1990
Boise Mobile Equipment (BME) opened its doors in 1990 and has been serving the fire industry and firefighters for 28 years. We are dedicated to provide customers with individualized design options, and exceptional craftsmanship with the highest safety standards and best durability in the market. No other fire truck manufacturer offers our flexibility in creating the perfect custom fire apparatus to fit your needs. We understand that fire and rescue departments face special challenges related to their unique environments, so we are committed to designing better fire trucks. Whether you need wildland fire trucks or a custom water tender, the BME apparatus will perform as you need it to perform. Our 28 years of experience enables us to both meet and exceed your expectations, so let BME help you create your next fire truck.
Castle Rock Fire and RescueType 6Delivered October 2018
Santa Fe Springs Fire-RescueEnvironmental Response UnitDelivered October 2018
Ventura County Fire DepartmentMedium RescuesDelivered September / October 2018
Draper City Fire DepartmentModel 34Delivered August 2018
El Segundo Fire DepartmentCommand VehicleDelivered August 2018
North County Fire Protection DistrictModel 34Delivered July 2018
NEWS + BLOG
2018 was a year of record growth for Boise Mobile Equipment. New facilities, multi-million dollar bids, production increase and 40 new employees is driving us into 2019 with big goals and the tools to achieve them. Our main focus for 2019 is to hit 100% capacity at each of our
Career Opportunities Interested in joining the team at Boise Mobile Equipment? Boise Mobile Equipment consists of two fire apparatus manufacturing facilities in Boise, Idaho. Combined, the facilities employ individuals specializing in auto body, welding, fabrication, electrical, sales and support. We are seeking employees who would be proud to build life-saving equipment
Safety is a critical aspect when designing any apparatus that will be operating in the urban wildland interface. Although some rigs have seating in the rear, the cab of the truck is where firefighters will spend most of their time when responding to incidents. It’s natural that many of the
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