Toyne Adds Technology to Enhance Production Process


Breda, Iowa - As part of their commitment to superior craftsmanship and the industry’s highest quality standards, Toyne recently invested in additional technology that will allow the fire and emergency apparatus manufacturer to significantly advance their design and construction techniques. The rapidly growing company implemented a state-of-the-art laser cutting machine and innovative CAD software, providing customers with a new level of precision and customization during the production process.

The CAD software will allow for more elaborate customization during the digital design and drafting phase,while the laser cutting machine will enhance the accuracy and efficiency of individual part production. Both processes give Toyne the ability to create a more exact product that meets customers’ individual specifications from the beginning phases of development through vehicle completion. In addition to these technology developments, Toyne recently added a 25,300 sq. ft. state-of-the-art paint facility providing them with ample space to uphold their high quality standards in painting and detailing apparatus before it leaves the company’s doors.

The company has also undertaken a comprehensive corporate rebranding initiative, releasing its new brand identity at their annual dealer summit this past fall. The technology advancements, facility expansion and brand relaunch are all part of Toyne’s renewed focus on their high quality standards and the company’s customization capabilities.

“We are excited about continuing to evolve at Toyne by acquiring the newest technology available and advancing our capabilities,” said Jerry Schumacher, Head of Engineering at Toyne. “It makes us better able to serve our customers and their visions, while producing the most high quality, cutting-edge products in the industry.”