FEDERAL SIGNAL CORPORATION
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Federal Signal Corporation (FSC) engages in the manufacture, marketing, and sale of municipal and industrial cleaning vehicles and equipment; fire rescue vehicles; safety, signaling, and communication equipment; and tooling products worldwide. It operates in four segments: Environmental Products, Fire Rescue, Safety Products, and Tools. The Environmental Products segment offers self-propelled street cleaning vehicles, vacuum loader vehicles, municipal catch basin/sewer cleaning vacuum trucks, refuse truck bodies, and water blasting equipment. It also offers products for the hydro-excavation, glycol recovery, and surface cleaning markets. The Fire Rescue segment provides chassis; fire trucks, including Class A pumpers, minipumpers, and tankers; and airport and other rescue vehicles, aerial access platforms, and aerial ladder trucks. The Safety Products segment manufactures emergency vehicle warning lights and sirens; industrial and outdoor signaling, warning, lighting, and communication devices; and parking revenue and access control systems. The Tool segment offers consumable carbide and superhard insert tooling for cutoff, drilling, milling, and deep grooving metal cutting applications; precision tooling, ejector pins, core pins, sleeves, and accessories for the plastic injection mold industry; precision tooling and die components for the metal stamping industry; and a line of precision cutting and grooving tools, including polycrystalline diamond and cubic boron nitride products for superhard applications. FSC also provides customer and dealer financing services, principally through sales-type leases. The company sells its products to municipal customers, industrial customers, contractors, and government customers through dealer networks, manufacturers' representatives, independent distributors, original equipment manufacturers, and direct sales. FSC was founded in 1901 and is based in Oak Brook, Illinois.