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Rotary Lift products available through HGACBuy

Posted on April 13, 2009

Rotary Lift products are now available to state and local governmental agencies across the U.S. through HGACBuy, a government procurement service available nationwide.

HGACBuy is a cooperative purchasing program administered by the Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) in Texas. It specializes in high-ticket, capital-intensive products and services that require technical, detailed specifications and extensive professional skills to evaluate bid responses. The H-GAC Board awards all competitively bid contracts, which are then made available to more than 1,800 participating local government agencies nationwide through HGACBuy. All units of local government, including nonprofits providing governmental services, are eligible to join HGACBuy.

Rotary sells 145 products, including light-duty vehicle lifts; heavy-duty vehicle lifts; adapters and accessories, through HGACBuy under contract number FL03-09: Fleet Management & Maintenance Equipment. The product selection and pricing is identical to Rotary’s offerings to federal agencies through its GSA contract.

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