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ARBOC Specialty Vehicles lands Florida statewide contract

Posted on February 14, 2019

The state procurement contract enables agencies to purchase buses off a price list from several manufacturers.
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The state procurement contract enables agencies to purchase buses off a price list from several manufacturers.
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ARBOC Specialty Vehicles LLC® was awarded a Purchasing Agreement by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for up to 500 fully-accessible Spirit of Equess® low-floor medium-duty buses over a five-year period.

The contract was procured through, and will be delivered by, ARBOC’s largest U.S. dealer, Creative Bus Sales Inc. of Jacksonville, Florida.

FDOT is an executive agency whose primary responsibility is to coordinate the planning and development of a safe, viable, efficient, and balanced state transportation system serving all regions of Florida. The state procurement contract enables agencies to purchase buses off a price list from several manufacturers. The one-year contract, for both 27-foot and 30-foot Equess buses, is available to all transit agencies in the state and has up to four yearly renewals.

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