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Fire Ranger Acquired by Summit Fire


Summit Fire and Security has acquired Fire Ranger, a Florida distributor of Sea-Fire Marine products, according to Sea-Fire.

Based in Fort Lauderdale, Fire Ranger becomes a division of Summit and is positioned to expand its marine business nationally, Sea-Fire said in a statement yesterday.

“Throughout their regional market, Fire Ranger is a well-known brand and a top distributor of Sea-Fire products,” Sea-Fire president Ernie Ellis said in the statement. “This transition over to Summit Fire and Security will provide transformative opportunities for them to grow beyond South Florida and is a promising development for Sea-Fire.”

Fire Ranger is a distributor of fire detection and suppression systems. Reno, Nevada-based Summit Fire and Security specializes in installation, maintenance, inspection, monitoring, consulting and retrofit services in a range of industries.



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