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On January 29th 2016 — Federal Signal Corporation (NYSE:FSS), completed the sale of its Bronto Skylift business to Morita Holdings Corporation (TYO:6455), as previously announced on December 11, 2015. Bronto was the only remaining operation in Federal Signal's Fire Rescue Group.

We will continue operating as a stand-alone business unit under current management focusing on manufacturing truck-mounted platforms for both, Fire and Access customers worldwide under the well-known and trusted Bronto Skylift® brand.

For more information about Morita, please visit


The Bronto Skylift team wants to thank all customers, suppliers and other co-operators for the past year. We wish You a prosperous New Year 2016!



Federal Signal Corporation announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its Bronto Skylift business to Morita Holdings Corporation. Please find the full announcements from both parties herein.

Federal Signal Corporation press release

Morita Holdings Corporation announcement


Bronto Skylift is a global market leader of truck-mounted hydraulic platforms used by municipal fire departments, volunteer fire brigades, civil defense authorities and other equivalent operators. For over 50 years, we have designed and manufactured fire appliances for different varieties of fire brigades and environments throughout the world, reaching all continents in more than 120 countries.

Bronto Skylift has developed a wide range of vehicles for industrial fire brigades. Come and benefit from our unmatched engineering developed from long experience in numerous industrial environments and conditions. We are committed to keeping you equipped with safe and dependable fire appliances built to overcome challenging situations and to help you safeguard properties, people and businesses.

What if a fire breaks out at 100 meters in the sky? What if an access for extinguishing and rescuing is blocked? What if there are numerous people out of reach of standard aerial devices?

Rescue and firefighting professionals must be prepared to act quickly, safely and efficiently even in the most extreme working environments. High-rise building emergencies in particular, can present extraordinary challenges to firefighters’ work and safety.