Allied Specialty Vehicles

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Allied Specialty Vehicles
Predecessor(s) Collins Industries, E-One, Fleetwood Enterprises
Founded 2010
Headquarters Orlando, Florida, USA
Key people Peter Guile (CEO), Randall Swift (Former CEO)
Products Emergency services vehicles, buses, ambulances, special-purpose vehicles, recreational vehicless
Owner(s) Bertelsmann
Parent American Industrial Partners
Divisions Collins Industries, E-One, Fleetwood Enterprises
Website http://www.alliedsv.com/

Allied Specialty Vehicles (ASV) is market leading manufacturer in Fire & Emergency, Recreational Vehicles, and Bus & Industrial, formed in 2010 by American Industrial Partners' merging of four companies: Collins Industries (buses and ambulances), E-One (firetrucks), Halcore Group and Fleetwood Enterprises (RVs).The company has yearly revenue of over $1 billion. The company is led by Peter Guile, CEO, formerly of E-One and Federal Signal.[1]

Acquisitions[edit]

ASV was formed in 2010 from the merger of four American Industrial Partners companies. Later in 2010, ASV acquired the Road Rescue company, a manufacturer of ambulances, from Spartan Motors.[2]

In 2013, three acquisitions were announced. SJC Industries was purchased in May 2013 from Thor Industries. It is a manufacturer of ambulances under the brand names McCoy and Miller and Marque.[3] A week later, it was announced that ASV was purchasing the RV assets of Navistar International, which include Monaco, Holiday Rambler, R-Vision and the Beaver and Safari brands.[4] In August 2013, ASV also announced the purchase of Thor Industries' bus businesses as well, including the ElDorado Motor Corp., National Coach, Champion Bus, and Goshen Coach companies.[5]

Brands/Divisions[edit]

Ambulances[edit]

  • American Emergency Vehicles (AEV) - ambulances
  • Horton Emergency Vehicles - ambulances
  • Leader Emergency Vehicles - ambulances
  • Road Rescue - ambulances
  • SJC Industries - ambulances - McCoy-Miller" and "Marque brands
  • Wheeled Coach - ambulances

Buses[edit]

Fire Trucks[edit]

  • E-One - fire trucks and rescue vehicles

RVs[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Capacity - terminal trucks
  • Capacity Pumping - pressure pumping systems
  • Goldshield Fiberglass - fiberglass components
  • Laymor - street sweepers

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