Following an extensive evaluation process, Komatsu America was awarded a national cooperative contract to provide Sourcewell members with access to more than 50 different products, as well as Komatsu’s technology, service and solutions.
Komatsu can now support local government and public agencies who source contracts through Sourcewell (formerly the National Joint Powers Alliance) through any of the 15 Komatsu-owned branches on the east coast. Sourcewell is one of the largest governmental cooperative agencies in North America, representing more than 50,000 members, including government, education and nonprofit organizations.
As a result of Komatsu's national cooperative contract, individual east coast branches can immediately offer local Sourcewell members access to pre-approved pricing, construction equipment and related accessories, attachments and supplies.
"Cooperative contracts through Sourcewell allow government entities to buy high-quality Komatsu equipment at a competitive price," said Ed Powers, divisional vice president. "With local branch commitment to customer uptime, service and parts availability, and Komatsu machines that set the standard for value, reliability and innovation, these entities can be confident about finishing jobs fast and keeping ownership costs low."
Komatsu was awarded a contract to provide Sourcewell members with access to more than 50 different products, as well as Komatsu's technology, service and solutions. Sourcewell members also will be supported by Komatsu's experienced network of more than 200 locations across North America.
For more information about Komatsu's contract with Sourcewell, visit https://komatsu.ae-admin.com/sourcewell-cooperative-purchasing.
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