Ribcraft Announces Deliveries

Tuesday, February 19, 2008
RIB for Milford Fire Department
Ribcraft, the U.S. designer and manufacturer of rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) announced a series of recent deliveries. Milford Fire Department in Connecticut, Minetto Fire Rescue in New York, Carver Fire Department in Massachusetts, and Corpus Christi Fire Department in Texas all recently took delivery of new professional grade rescue crafts from Ribcraft. With a broad range of operating conditions within their jurisdictions, from small ponds to coastal environments, these departments shared the need to expand their capabilities for a water based response.

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