In the land of the Vikings 01.05.2018 The BAS-4 is a heavy rescue and firefighting vehicle of an urban class The Swedish Fire Service, similarly to the Polish one, has certain technical standards that define norms or requirements with regard to vehicles. We can distinguish several basic classes of rescue and fire-fighting vehicles - from BAS-1 to BAS-5. The standards describe, among others, work safety and ergonomics. Heavy fire fighting and rescue vehicle 07.04.2018 New generation Scania already available for sale. The new generation Scania with CrewCab and WISS designed superstructure is already available in our offer. The front of the new cabin is equipped with LED lights which in combination with stylish embossings on the sides of the cabin and new composite design gives the impression of solidity and modernity. Felix Titan (8x8) ARFF 11.02.2018 New FELIX design with high-reach extendable turret At the end of last year, WISS presented a new generation of Felix 8x8 ARFF heavy airfield crash tender. This vehicle differs from other vehicles of this type in the new aggressive features, different suspension, Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3358 (6x4) in action 21.01.2018 Firefighting vehicles from WISS have been delivered to yet another customer This time WISS engineers have designed a heavy, industrial, firefighting and rescue vehicle for firemen from South Korea. It is built on Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3358 (6x4), 3-axis chassis. It features a 15.6L inline six-cylinder OM 473 engine with turbo system and ratings of up to 425 kW The Global Leader of the Future from Bielsko-Biala 18.12.2016 WISS receives a reward for its spectacular success in the international market. ICAN Institute, a publisher of Harvard Business Review Poland, has selected 4 winners (including WISS) from among 200 companies, which have a majority of Polish capital in this years’ edition of ‘Global Leaders of the Future’ under the auspices of the Ministry of Development. Top Employers of a Silesian Province 18.12.2016 Yet another award for WISS for its contribution to the labour market in Poland. ‘Top Employers of the Silesian Province’ awards were given during a gala in the International Congress Centre. This is the second time the editorial portal of PulsHR.pl awarded ten honourable mentions for the most precious employers from Silesia.