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NPPGov Welcomes Ten-8 as a Vendor for its GPO

PRESS RELEASE

NPPGov, a leader in public safety cooperative purchasing, is thrilled to welcome Ten-8 as a current vendor with a new agreement servicing the fire and emergency medical services (EMS) markets. Ten-8 is one of the most respected distributors of fire and emergency apparatus and equipment in the US. Ten-8 has over 125 dedicated employees and 7 service centers throughout Florida and Georgia along with mobile technicians.

NPPGov members can now purchase:

  • Pierce Fire Trucks
  • Braun Ambulances
  • MSA products
  • Globe Turnout Gear PPE
  • Globe Boots
  • Firefighting Attack, TFT, Akron and Elkhart
  • Foam
  • Search, Rescue, and Extrication
  • Firefighting tools

“Ten-8 is a distinguished vendor to add to our evolving portfolio of offerings,” said Bill DeMars, Executive Director of NPPGov. “Our membership base is growing rapidly, and we know Ten-8 provides top-notch products that are incredibly attractive to our members.”

NPPGov currently offers over 100 publicly procured agreements for products and services, along with a discount program for individual members from over 40 vendors such as AT&T FirstNet, Adobe Creative Cloud, PODS and more. NPPGov owns all their own agreements and their process is completely RFP-driven, versus price negotiated. This allows organizations to purchase easily by harnessing the buying power of 45,000 member organizations.

Dedicated NPP customer service agents can assist members with Ten-8 purchases, through all stages of the procurement process. They are experts at helping members find real savings of not only money, but also time, during the procurement process.

Membership to NPPGov is free with no purchasing obligations. Members have access to a large variety of publicly solicited contracts to simplify purchasing while complying with procurement requirements.

 

Disclaimer: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in the press release above belong solely to the company/vendor/author and do not necessarily reflect those of EMS World or HMP.

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