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FLINT, MI, October 20, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- KM International, a leading manufacturer of pavement maintenance equipment, was recently awarded a national purchasing contract through the Houston Galveston Area Council, better known as the HGACBuy program.
HGACBuy is one of the largest cooperative purchasing contracts in the country. Through the contract, municipalities can purchase KM International's entire line of asphalt maintenance equipment without the need for an additional bidding process, making the procurement process faster and more efficient.
The HGACBuy program features a variety of nationally solicited contracts that are awarded to vendors best suited to fill the needs of municipalities across the country. Membership to HGACBuy is free for all eligible agencies, including local, regional, and state-level governmental departments.
The two-year contract, identified as SM18-10, is effective as of Oct. 1. "We are very excited to be awarded a contract through the HGACBuy program," said Michael Blake, director of marketing at KM International, based in North Branch, Mich. "Many municipalities are shifting to using cooperative purchasing contracts because of the time and money they save, so to be awarded a nationally recognized contract is an exciting step in streamlining the process of getting our equipment in the hands of the end users quicker and cheaper."
For more information about this contract or KM International's asphalt maintenance products, contact Michael Blake at (800) 492-1757 or visit kminternational.com.
ABOUT KM INTERNATIONAL
KM International has been manufacturing the highest quality asphalt maintenance equipment for more than 30 years. KM International operates out of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in North Branch, Michigan, and offers more than 40 different products to fit the needs and budget of any contractor or municipality, including its infrared asphalt recyclers and propane fired skid-mounted hotbox. KM International's equipment is used in every U.S. state as well as 44 countries around the world.
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