July 12, 2017
Truck Country, in partnership with Freightliner Trucks, has secured a contract with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to supply the US Government with Class 5-8 trucks.
According to Truck County, the partnership submitted bids for 86 base configurations which are estimated to generate significant quantities of sales in vehicles that range from box trucks to heavy haul tractors. The 12-month contract was awarded on April 11, 2017, and can be extended for up to two additional years.
“We’re honored that our trucks were chosen and that we are trusted to help with some of the government’s most important and difficult jobs,” says John Frawley, Truck Country director of corporate accounts. “We believe in Freightliner trucks and are proud to supply the government with a lineup of trucks that will offer the best value and lowest cost of ownership for their budget.”
“This win for Freightliner Trucks demonstrates our position as the market leader for vocational trucks,” adds Richard Howard, vice president of Sales and Marketing for Freightliner Trucks. “We are thankful to have knowledgeable and dedicated dealers like Truck Country we can partner with to secure exciting opportunities like working with the General Services Administration.”
For more information about the duo’s contract, please visit Govt.TruckCountry.com.
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