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Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection - Innovation Label Winner at Busworld Europe 2019!

Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection - Innovation Label Winner at Busworld Europe 2019!

Press releases   •   Oct 21, 2019 13:22 CEST

Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection has been chosen as an Innovation Label Winner at Busworld Europe 2019. The Innovation Label by Busworld Awards rewards INNOVATIVE products and services at Busworld Europe.

Dafo expands in Sweden

Dafo expands in Sweden

Press releases   •   Oct 18, 2019 08:30 CEST

The company Svensk Brandservice becomes part of Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection. Dafo Vehicle also opens operations in Northern part of Sweden.

Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection AS 5062 certified

Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection AS 5062 certified

Press releases   •   Sep 04, 2019 12:00 CEST

Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection has fulfilled the requirements of the Australian Standard AS 5062:2016 - Fire protection for mobile and transportable equipment for their SV-K fire suppression system. “This is a big step for us to make more impact on the Australian Heavy-Duty Mobile Equipment (HDME) market in a broader and more comprehensive perspective” says Holger Pfriem.

Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection welcomes Sobro as a new owner partner for continued expansion

Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection welcomes Sobro as a new owner partner for continued expansion

Press releases   •   Jul 11, 2019 10:57 CEST

Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection, a leading supplier of fire detection and fire suppression systems for buses, heavy duty vehicles and other similar equipment, welcomes Sobro as a new owner partner. The previous owner, Thomas Sparring, remains as a significant shareholder.

ATAC Roma is increasing the fire safety of its bus fleet together with Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection

ATAC Roma is increasing the fire safety of its bus fleet together with Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection

Press releases   •   Mar 27, 2019 08:45 CET

Since September 2018 ATAC Roma is increasing the fire safety of their bus fleet together with Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection. The project consists of retrofitting 400 buses by installing fire suppression systems in the engine compartments of the buses until April 2019.