Management & Operations

Transportmax marks first anniversary, adds members

Posted on April 14, 2003

Marking its first year anniversary, Transportmax, the Internet-based procurement marketplace sponsored by the American Public Transportation Association, continues to add several major transit systems to its membership. The newest members of Transportmax are the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, and the Charlotte (N.C.) Area Transit System. Transportmax assists transit systems and their suppliers in reducing the processing time and costs involved in purchasing goods and services with the transit industry. Products offered through the marketplace include solicitation management and procurement services including online processing and management of invitations for bid, and requests for quotes. It also features electronic catalogues, storefronts, market and industry information and key links to other industry and market data. Additional information is available online at www.TransportMAX.com

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