Maintainer Corporation of Iowa, Inc. announces that it has been awarded a contract through the North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association (NCSA) Fire and EMS Procurement Program. This contract will make it easier for city and county governments across the United States to purchase MCB Rescue Trucks and Quick Attack firefighting vehicles.
“Using the North Carolina Sheriff’s Association can streamline the process for county and municipal buyers,” said Tom Leckband, Maintainer’s Sales Manager for Maintainer Custom Bodies (MCB) Emergency Vehicles. “Our most popular rescue trucks are available via the contract. The organization is out of the Southeast, but government entities across the country can take advantage of the program.”
According to NCSA, the goal of their Fire and EMS Procurement Program is a cooperative bid program that achieves competitive pricing on equipment that county and city government agencies purchase. The program helps to eliminate duplication of effort through the creation of one statewide bid that can be used by all counties and municipalities.
Maintainer’s contract lists their Spitfire 9’ and standard 10’ quick attack bodies on four different chassis models. Also available are the new MCB Super Squad, 10’ and 12’ versions of the MCB Walk-Around Rescue, and MCB’s 15’ Crew-Forward rescue body, all mounted on various chassis models. The contract runs through June 17, 2021.
Learn more about the products available under Maintainer Custom Bodies’ contract at our Group Purchasing page.
15’ Crew-Forward Rescue recently delivered to Lake Shore Fire District - Rochester, NY