Medina, Ohio –June 22, 2018 – Surrounded by city officials, community supporters, associates and business partners, Fire-Dex celebrated its 35th anniversary by revealing its completed 29,000 square foot headquarters expansion on Tuesday, June 19, 2018.
Camden Fire Department in Camden, New Jersey recently purchased 180 sets of Fire-Dex FXR Turnouts made with TECGEN71. Their purchase also included 180 H41 Interceptor™ Hoods and DEX-PRO Gloves. Thank you to the Camden Fire Department for their purchase and to our distributor, Jersey Fire & Safety
Fire-Dex proudly celebrated our top performing distributors at an exciting three-day event right here in Cleveland, Ohio. This annual event is our way of saying thank you for their continued commitment to the Fire-Dex brand, and to serving those who serve.
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Crystal Glidden, Diana Woolf, and Edward Lyell are three incredible members of the Fire-Dex Family who actively compete in marathons, triathlons and/or IRONMAN competitions in turnout gear made with TECGEN71; and we’d like to do a little bragging on their behalf.
Joey Hayes of Ten-8 Fire Equipment hit the ground running his first day on the job and hasn’t slowed his momentum since! His eagerness to learn more about Fire-Dex and what it takes to sell our PPE has propelled him into an elite group of dealers who have been honored with the “DSR of the Month”
Jared Harmon recently joined the Fire-Dex Family as an Operations Management Trainee, and is training to become a leader within our Operations Department. He holds a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in International Business with a minor in Spanish and a MBA in Management from Baldwin Wallace University.
Recently, Fire-Dex CEO Bill Burke sat down with Kevin Sofen of Darley to share origins of Fire-Dex, the innovations we've brought to the market thus far, and what we are working bringing in the future. Listen to the Inside Darley Podcast and share with your fellow firefighters.
The classic helmet shape dates back to the early 1900s, when helmets fabricated with leather and metal caught on with firefighters everywhere. The design was purposeful: a high dome to deflect falling objects and a wide brim