BAI Brescia Antincendi International is one of the largest Italian companies designing, manufacturing and marketing a broad range of custom fire fighting vehicles, with first class after-sales service, specific training programmes, customized maintenance agreements and a wide-ranging stock of spare parts
The company is strategically located in the northern part of Italy, the operating sites cover about 20.000 sqm of manufacturing floor space and the production capacity averages 200-250 units/year thanks to a staff of 130-150 team members.
BAI Brescia Antincendi International has gained considerable experience in the supply of fire-fighting vehicles to industries, local authorities, ministries and other government departments all over the world including Europe, Africa, The Far & Middle East. We are able to respond efficiently to the detailed tender requirements that such departments often require and have a world-wide network of agents to enable our customers to always have a local point of contact
AI was established in December 1991 as a Private and Limited Liability company and has become, during the years, one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of fire fighting and rescue trucks
In 2004 the company became one of the leading brands of Oshkosh Corporation a company of market leaders in Access Equipment, Defense vehicles, Commercial and Fire & Emergency trucks, whose brands are valued worldwide where high quality, superior performance, rugged reliability and long-term value are paramount
Early in 2009, a new manufacturing & service plant became operational in Germany. The Oshkosh – BAI Deutschland subsidiary is based in Limburg and its production is exclusively dedicated to the German market. This makes possible to focus on the German market only, to constantly meet customers’ requirements and be always ready to translate them into innovative technical solutions.
In October 2009, the original owners concluded the buyout of the 75% of BAI – Brescia Antincendi International and BAI Sonderfahrzeuge shares, sold in 2004 to Oshkosh Corporation.