NATIONAL – The National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) has awarded Bandit Industries Inc. a 4-year NJPA Landscape & Grounds Maintenance contract. The contract allows governments, schools and nonprofits leverage the power of cooperative contracts to purchase Bandit equipment without undergoing an expensive and time-intensive bidding process.
This contract celebrates the continuing partnership between NJPA and Bandit Industries. NJPA members can purchase equipment from Bandit’s complete equipment lineup, saving money and time while getting the equipment they need. That equipment includes disc- or drum-style hand-fed chippers, stump grinders, skid-steer attachments, whole tree chippers, and The Beast® horizontal grinders.
NJPA works by creating national cooperative contract purchasing solutions on behalf of its member agencies, which include all government, education and non-profit agencies in the United States and in Canada. These cooperative contract opportunities save NJPA members both time and money by consolidating the efforts of numerous individually prepared solicitations to one national, cooperatively shared process.
“Our municipal customers who own Bandit equipment know their true value – unbeatable power and reliability, dedicated factory and dealer support, and long-lasting durability,” said Bandit Industries Sales Manager Jason Morey. “These customers know they’re always going to buy Bandit equipment, and our NJPA contract means they can cut straight to the chase and get the equipment they need at the best value.”
In the nearly four years Bandit has been an NJPA partner, more than 200 municipal customers have been able to get the equipment they desire by choosing based on quality and local support.
“NJPA is pleased to announce Bandit has been re-awarded a 4-year contract through our competitive solicitation process. Our members now have the convenience of using their contract to access Bandits full line of equipment,” said Scott Carr, Bandit’s NJPA contract manager.
For more information, visit Bandit Industries.