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Adamson Industries Awarded GSA Contract

December 27, 2017 - Press Release

Adamson Industries Corp. announced the award of a contract with GSA Contract Number: GS-30F-0005X with the General Services Administration (GSA).

The GSA is a US government agency; our Federal Supply Schedule (Schedule 23 V) delivers federal, state, and local customer agencies the Law Enforcement equipment packages and expertise needed to shorten procurement cycles and get vehicles mission ready, ensure compliance with vehicle OEM requirements, and obtain the best value for innovative technology products, services, and solutions. We look forward to providing you the same quality service you have come to know and rely on. This is simply another avenue to help us deliver that equipment service.

Founded in 1984, Adamson Industries is a privately-held, woman-owned, small business dedicated to continuous improvement and customer service. Adamson Industries Corp is a leading public safety vehicle equipment, installation, and technology service providers to the State of Massachusetts, New England, and New York, according to the company. Headquartered in Haverhill, Mass., its award-winning firm has successfully completed numerous projects on time and within budget and deployed and managed hundreds of vehicle logistic projects.

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