JCB has received an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), making the company eligible to win up to $5 million in construction machine orders each year for the next five years. JCB will offer 24 models to meet future FWS requirements, including backhoe loaders, skid steer and compact track loaders, excavators and wheel loaders.

“After many years of providing rugged construction machines to the U.S. military, everyone at JCB is excited to enter into this new partnership with the United States Department of the Interior and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,” said Chris Giorgianni, vice president of Government & Defense at JCB North America. “JCB has more than 70 years’ experience in the design and manufacture of construction equipment, and we’re looking forward to partnering with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to ensure they have the equipment and support they need as crucial stewards of our natural resources.”

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JCB will leverage its nationwide dealer network to supply and support JCB machines at FWS wildlife refuges, fisheries and other facilities across the United States. In addition, JCB’s global parts supply network — including parts warehouses located across the United States — will enable rapid parts delivery to maximize the uptime throughout the service life of each machine.

The FWS IDIQ contract also provides other bureaus within the United States Department of the Interior, and other Federal government agencies, with a contract vehicle to purchase JCB construction equipment. This important contracting efficiency may enable future opportunities for JCB to partner with more Federal departments and offer a broader range of products to its existing government customers.

 

 

ALH August-September 2020

Access Lift & Handlers - August-September 2020

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