Oak Brook, Illinois, February 13, 2018- Federal Signal Corporation (NYSE: FSS), a leader in environmental and safety solutions, will announce fourth quarter earnings before the market opens on Wednesday, February 28, 2018. The Company will also host an investor conference call and webcast at 10 a.m. Eastern Time the same day with Jennifer L. Sherman, president and chief executive officer, and Ian A. Hudson, senior vice president and chief financial officer.
ELGIN, Ill. (Jan. 9, 2018) – Elgin Sweeper, the leading manufacturer of street sweepers, today introduced an innovative single-engine configuration of its popular Crosswind® regenerative air sweeper used for cleaning large, paved areas such as streets, parking lots and airport runways. A variable-speed device installed between the chassis engine and transmission on the new configuration allows the engine to simultaneously power both the truck and the sweeper.
“Until now, single-engine air sweeper technology required a cumbersome multi-step process to switch between road and work modes,” said Mike Higgins, vice president and general manager of Elgin Sweeper. “With the single-engine Crosswind sweeper configuration, Elgin Sweeper is radically changing sweepers for good. More municipalities and contractors are embracing the single-engine Crosswind for their street sweeping needs.”
Oak Brook, Illinois, December 18, 2017 — Federal Signal Corporation (NYSE: FSS) (the “Company”), a leader in environmental and safety solutions, today announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Mark D. Weber as the Company’s Chief Operating Officer, effective January 15, 2018. Mr. Weber, former President and CEO of Supreme Industries, Inc. (NYSE: STS) (“Supreme”), has more than 30 years of experience leading industrial manufacturing teams and organizations.
Oak Brook, Illinois, November 20, 2017 – Federal Signal Corporation (NYSE:FSS), a leader in environmental and safety solutions, today announced that on Friday, November 17, 2017, a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania jury absolved the Company from any liability in a lawsuit brought by a former Philadelphia firefighter who claimed he developed hearing loss due to the Company’s warning siren on Philadelphia fire trucks.