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Stertil-Koni awarded NASPO ValuePoint contract for lifts, garage equipment

Posted on February 13, 2017

Heavy duty vehicle lift supplier Stertil-Koni was awarded the National Association of State Procurement Officials (NASPO) ValuePoint Master Agreement for Vehicle Lifts and Garage Associated Equipment.

The new agreement, which in Stertil-Koni instance represents a contract extension, enables customers nationwide — including municipalities, state agencies, local governments, public works departments, school districts and more — to purchase the company’s heavy duty vehicle lifting systems by means of NASPO’S streamlined, expedited process.

Vendors who receive a contract award from NASPO ValuePoint — a nationally-focused cooperative purchasing program — have already participated in the organization’s competitive bidding process. Thus, awardees have been thoroughly screened and vetted to provide the highest quality products, at competitive pricing, to NASPO’s extensive customer base. In terms of scale, NASPO is made up of the directors of the central procurement offices in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia and the territories of the U.S.

The new NASPO ValuePoint Master Agreement for Vehicle Lifts and Garage Associated Equipment, No. 05316, begins Feb. 10, 2017 and is valid for two years, with an extension option for an additional three years.

“Government procurement contracts, such as NASPO, represent very important purchasing vehicles that serve our customers every single day,” said Stertil-Koni President Dr. Jean DellAmore . “We are extremely honored to build on our long-term and successful relationship with NASPO.”

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