Rotary Lifts Available Through New York State Contract

August 03, 2016 - Press Release

Photo courtesy of Rotary Lift
Photo courtesy of Rotary Lift

Government fleets in New York state can now purchase Rotary Lift's light-duty and heavy-duty vehicle lifts and accessories directly from the manufacturer through a new supplemental contract awarded by the New York State Office of General Services (OGS). This contract, award #PGB-22947, is part of the “Group 35000 Garage Equipment/Vehicle Lifts/Hoists” category. It piggybacks on the existing National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) purchasing cooperative contract #061015-RRL.

“The New York State OGS contract enables the state’s government agencies to buy Rotary Lift equipment with a simple purchase order,” said Chris Bilz, Rotary Lift government sales leader.

The NJPA is a coast-to-coast alliance between buyers and contracted suppliers that provides nationally leveraged and competitively solicited purchasing contracts. The New York OGS recognizes the ability of this alliance to provide state agencies with competitive vehicle lift and accessories pricing. For the current list of contact information and pricing for the New York contract, see the “Contractor Info” page located on the OGS website.

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