Acela Truck Company Adds GSA Listing

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Acela Truck Company recently announced that its line of Monterra extreme-duty, high-mobility trucks has been approved by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) for listing on the federal supply service schedule.

The listing facilitates a streamlined procurement process for the growing number of federal, state, and local government agencies that require capable on- and off-highway trucks, allowing them to obtain the vehicles quickly and easily under pre-negotiated terms and prices.

In order to shorten and streamline the GSA listing approval process, Acela partnered with Fedharmony to leverage its existing GSA contact. Fedharmony helps ease the federal procurement process by partnering with in-demand suppliers to add hard-to-find products to GSA.

The GSA provides centralized procurement for the federal government through its online ordering system, GSA Advantage!, offering billions of dollars’ worth of products, services, and facilities that federal agencies need to serve the public.

“With a growing number of emergency response, law enforcement and military customers that are using or are desirous of using Acela’s products, we are very delighted to be included on Fedharmony’s GSA schedule and have them as a distribution partner as it makes Acela’s heavy-duty trucks even more attainable for government agencies,” said David Ronsen, Acela truck Company’s president. 

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