Manitou Group announced that the Manitou and GEHL brands have been awarded a Sourcewell contract for medium-duty and compact construction equipment with related attachments. The contract with Sourcewell (a government agency serving as a municipal contract agency) will make the buying process easier for municipalities and more affordable by combining the purchasing power of many agencies into a single cooperative group. Contracts are competitively solicited to satisfy the public bidding process for its education, government and nonprofit participating agencies.
Sourcewell is a self-sustaining government organization offering a cooperative purchasing program with more than 400 competitively solicited contracts to government, education and nonprofit entities throughout North America. By utilizing Sourcewell contracts, participating agencies save time and money by capturing the buying power of more than 50,000 organizations.
“Under this contract, we will provide Sourcewell’s members the opportunity to purchase our range of compact skid and track loaders, wheeled articulated loaders and construction telehandlers through our dedicated dealer network,” said Todd Yager, fleet and key account sales director for Manitou North America. “This is an exciting opportunity for us to provide GEHL and Manitou machines and to expand our customer base.”
Manitou Group, under its brands Manitou and GEHL, designs, manufactures and distributes innovative handling and earthmoving equipment for the construction industry. With a rich history beginning in 1958, Manitou has earned a reputation for quality and ingenuity. GEHL, established in 1859, brings extensive experience and loyal customers. Together, these brands deliver durable and innovative solutions backed by their expertise.
Manitou Group looks forward to collaborating with Sourcewell to expand their presence in a thriving market.
For more information on how to purchase through Sourcewell, visit https://www.sourcewell-mn.gov/cooperative-purchasing/020223-mai.