Titan Truck Equipment Co., the Spokane Valley supplier of commercial and performance truck equipment and accessories, has launched a new division that outfits emergency vehicles, says Dave Masinter, vice president and general manager of the company.
The division, Titan Public Safety Equipment, which does business as TitanPSE, outfits city, county, state, and federal law enforcement vehicles with emergency lighting, sirens, partitions, consoles, antennas, push bars, cameras, and gun locks, among other specialty parts and equipment, Masinter says.
He says TitanPSE’s workload so far has been split about evenly between outfitting unmarked law-enforcement vehicles and marked patrol vehicles.
TitanPSE also is gearing up to outfit towing and recovery vehicles with bodies, booms, and equipment, he says.
Titan Truck Equipment employs 43 people, and about seven of them work mostly in TitanPSE, Masinter says.
“We hope to grow the division to have people dedicated to this and nothing else,” he says.
Titan Truck Equipment, which occupies 50,000 square feet of space at 605 N. Fancher, has three other divisions.
One division distributes light truck accessories to dealerships in Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Oregon. A commercial division installs custom truck bodies and equipment, and a utility division installs hydraulic “cherry picker” cranes.
Masinter says TitanPSE is a natural fit with Titan’s other areas of expertise.
The division’s coverage region spans from the Montana-North Dakota border to the east to the Cascades to the west, he says, adding that prior to Titan forming TitanPSE, most local agencies had such emergency-vehicle work performed outside of Eastern Washington.
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