Stertil-Koni Awarded GSA Contract Extension for Vehicle Material Handling Equipment

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Stertil-Koni announced Sept. 16 that the company has been awarded a five-year extension of its General Services Administration (GSA) contract for Vehicle Material Handling Equipment.

The contract, # GS-07F-5890R Category 333921, is effective through June 14, 2025 and includes Stertil-Koni’s portfolio of heavy duty vehicle lifts, related accessories, and shop equipment.

The selection of StertilKoni aligns with GSAs stated mission and strategic goals, one of which is to: “Establish GSA as the premier provider of efficient and effective acquisition solutions across the federal government.”

GSA further notes the organization “…will lead acquisition and procurement strategies that help agencies access inventive and effective commercial solutions, make it easier to do business with government, and use our buying power to drive cost savings.”

Stertil-Koni fully embraces this mission by delivering lifting systems, well regarded for their power, safety, durability, and efficiency – and engineered to service light, medium, and heavy tactical vehicles. Dr. Jean DellAmore, president of Stertil-Koni, stated, “All of our heavy duty vehicle lifts feature state-of-the-art hydraulic technology, are manufactured with high quality, high tensile DOMEX steel for maximum strength, and deliver fast lifting and lowering.”

The company's mobile column lifts have a mechanical locking system for added safety that starts at five inches above floor height and continues up the entire length of the lift every 1 3/8th inches.

Stertil-Koni vehicle lifts have been in use at multiple U.S. Department of Defense locations domestically and abroad for years, including:

  • Fort Bragg
  • Camp LeJeune
  • Quantico
  • Red River (MRAP University)
  • National Guard Bases Nationwide
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