Get to know the CTIF associate members, which are companies and organisations from the private or public sectors.
@fire is a German association involved in wildfire fire fighting and international help. More information...
ALBERT ZIEGLER (Germany)
This Germany-based company manufactures fire service vehicles, pumps and hoses. It has sales offices worldwide. More...
All Russian Volunteer Fire Organisation (Russie)
Bitschnau Stahl- und Anlagenbau GmbH (Austria)
The Bitschnau GmbH complements the Structural Steel with the appropriate processing possibilities. Therefore we combined Mechanics and Structural Steel. Allowing us, through creative thinking and action, to carry out the finest and most demanding projects. We offers our customers consulting, design, construction, manufacturing or assembly of heliports as well as special steel structures or bridges in steel and aluminium. More information...
Brandverhütungsstelle für Oberösterreich (Austria)
Austrian Fire Prevention Organisation (Upper Austrian region) More information...
Comp Trade (Austria)
Crash Rescue Equipment Service Inc. (USA)
Dräger Safety (Switzerland)
EUROFEU is the European Committee of the Manufacturers of Fire Protection Equipment and Fire Fighting Vehicles. It aims at establishing common high standards of fire safety for the protection of life -including the life of the fire fighter-, public and private assets and the environment. More information...
Fire Service Academy Hamburg (Germany)
Flame Guard B.V. (Netherlands)
A French company that specialises in making and distributing highway rescue vehicles and equipment. More information...
Holmatro Rescue Equipment B.V. (Netherlands)
Identec Solutions AG (Austria)
Industrieelektronik Pölz GmbH (Austria)
INTERNATIONAL FIRE ACADEMY (Switzerland)
The International Fire Academy ifa is Europe’s leading fire academy for instruction and training in underground transportation facilities. An expert team delivers the Swiss tunnel training in the heart of Switzerland, a country known for its many tunnels, using a training concept that has been specially developed for the purpose and which enjoys extensive support. At the heart of the fire academy are two unique, gas-fired tunnel exercise facilities in the Swiss towns of Balsthal and Lungern, in which students can be deployed and trained on a 1:1 basis. More information...
This Swedish company has more than 50 years of experience in the respiratory field. It has designed many advanced systems, for instance the combined G suit and oxygen breathing systems for the Swedish military aircraft. The company headquarters are located in Lidingö, near Stockholm. More information...
The IVECO MAGIRUS Group develops and produces a range of vehicles and equipment unlike any other in world for fire fighting and civil protection. IVECO MAGIRUS is one of the world’s biggest and most technologically advanced providers in the sector. It has an international sales and service network that corresponds to its customer structure. The traditional brand MAGIRUS remains the undisputed global market leader in turntable ladders. The website...
Kidde Fire Trainers GmbH (Germany)
KrilaK Association (Russia)
A Russian company specialised in fire protection systems (website available in Russian and in English). More information...
Lion Apparel (Europe Office)
LUKAS Hydraulik (Germany)
Manufacturer of rescue equipment, hydraulic tools, rerailing equipment and recycling cutters, based in Erlangen, Germany. More information...
National Chemical Emergency Centre (UK)
Penza Region Fund (Russia)
Ram Europe (Greece)
Rechner’s Löschsysteme (Austria)
ROSENBAUER INTERNATIONAL AG (Austria)
One of the world’s three largest manufacturers of fire-service vehicles. The company has its headquarters and its largest production unit in Leonding, Austria. More information...
The Spanish company Seganosa offers a wide range of training programmes focusing on fire safety and prevention, mainly aimed to fire and rescue services, civil protection services, and personnel employed in company safety departments, but also to the general public. More information...
A French company specialising in individual protection equipments. More information...
Sprue Safety Products Ltd. (UK)
Swissphone Telecom AG (Switzerland)
Underwriter Laboratories Inc. (USA)
Urban Search and Rescue Austria
German company based in Köln, dealing above all with fire safety. More information...
VersuchsStollen Hagerbach AG (Switzerland) - Hagerbach Test (...)
VETTER GMBH (Germany)
Company developing products for the fire service, other rescue services and environmental protection -lifting bags, decontamination tents...-. Besides, young teams of fire brigades have been competing every two years since 1989 to win the coveted CTIF Vetter Cup challenge cup in international competitions. This work of art from the sculptress Mechthild Baumann is made of sterling silver and was donated by Manfred Vetter GmbH & Comp. to promote understanding among young people across borders. More information...
This German Fire Protection Association is a non-profit organisation who unites all interested parties involved in promoting fire safety (i.e. fire brigades, insurance companies, authorities, fire safety research and industry, users, experts and certification institutes, e.g. around 2000 individual members and 600 organisations as members). More information...
W.L. Gore & Associates Ltd (UK)
W.S. DARLEY & Co (USA)
This US company builds fire trucks, manufactures fire pumps and sells fire fighting and emergency equipment. More information...
Women for Safety (Russia)
Zumtobel Lighting GmbH (Austria)