Public agencies can now purchase cranes, fuel tanks, and other products from Maintainer through...

Public agencies can now purchase cranes, fuel tanks, and other products from Maintainer through a contract with the U.S. General Services Administration.

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Maintainer Corporation has been awarded a GSA Schedule 23V contract from the U.S. General Services Administration for four product categories: vehicular cranes and attachments, fuel and petroleum tanks and accessories, miscellaneous vehicle accessories, and firefighting apparatus and attachments. With this contract, federal agencies and other organizations are able to purchase products from Maintainer.

GSA Schedule 23V is called the Automotive Superstore for federal agencies worldwide, as well as many civilian, state, and local organizations. The award of a Schedule 23V contract means that Maintainer has been vetted as a responsible supplier, pricing has been determined to be fair and reasonable, and that they are in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. 

“Using the GSA Schedule makes the purchasing process much easier for Federal Buyers,” said Tom Wibben, Maintainer’s director of sales & service. “Maintainer’s most popular models of mechanics service trucks, lube trucks, and cranes are available on the schedule, along with standard DuaLock Aluminum Drawer Sets. Four models of our MCB Rescue Vehicles are also available. We look forward to growing the business with our government partners.”

Related: Maintainer Expands Headquarters, Adds Chassis Yard

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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