Bandit awarded second municipal contract in two years

NJPA represents more than 50,000 member agencies.

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July 16, 2015
CDR Staff
Equipment & Products
Bandit Industries, Remus, Michigan, has announced the National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) has awarded the wood processing equipment company a contract for medium duty and compact construction and maintenance equipment with related attachments, accessories and supplies.

The company’s most recent contract award is in addition to Bandit’s existing NJPA contract for landscape and grounds maintenance.

“Bandit’s previous landscaping and grounds maintenance contract with NJPA is a great tool for some of our customers to cut through red tape and buy the machines they need when they need them,” says Bandit Sales Manager Jason Morey. “This latest contract for medium duty and compact construction equipment with related attachments, accessories and supplies will, without a doubt, expand the number of municipalities that can take advantage of the benefits of purchasing Bandit equipment through NJPA.”

Bandit says this additional contract gives potential municipal customers an added incentive to purchase Bandit equipment. Buying through NJPA lets potential customers avoid the lengthy and costly request for proposal process, providing them the opportunity to buy the equipment they need, according to Bandit.

Bandit is backed by nearly 200 dealer locations across North America.

NJPA is a national municipal contracting agency based in Staples, Minnesota, and serves more than 50,000 member government, public and private education and nonprofit agencies.