ROCKLAND, ME – Fisher Engineering, manufacturer of FISHER® snow removal and ice control equipment, has been awarded a four-year national cooperative contract through Sourcewell, formerly NJPA. The awarded contract for FISHER helps Sourcewell members save time and money with contract purchasing solutions for snow and ice control equipment, such as snowplows, spreaders and accessories.
“Being awarded this national contract with Sourcewell affirms our tradition of high-quality products and unparalleled service,” said Pam Buckley, government sales and sustainability manager with Douglas Dynamics, LLC. “We’re proud to not only support snowplow professionals but also these types of programs that help member organizations run more efficiently.”
Fisher Engineering will join the largest government purchasing cooperative of its kind, made up of more than 50,000 members from state, county and local government entities, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations throughout the United States and Canada. Membership with Sourcewell is free and allows members to operate more efficiently by bypassing the bidding process and purchasing from already approved vendors. Using the combined buying power of the collective community, Sourcewell is able to provide the best possible pricing for all its members while legally adhering to government regulations.
- Sourcewell, the largest government purchasing cooperative of its kind, offers cooperative purchasing and other services to more than 50,000 government entities, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations throughout the United States and Canada.
- The awarded contract reduces procurement time for Sourcewell members by streamlining the purchasing process for snow and ice control equipment, supplies and accessories.
Additional information about the Fisher Engineering contract can be found here.