Trans Tech makes GSA’s list of approved vendors

Posted on January 30, 2012

WARWICK, N.Y. — Trans Tech Bus has passed all U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) testing standards, and the company is now on the GSA's list of approved vendors.

"We are very pleased to be on the GSA approved vendor list," Trans Tech Bus President Dan Daniels said. "It was a thorough process, and we are proud of the fact that we will now be able to sell our buses directly to federal agencies across the country."

The GSA Approved Vendor List is another milestone for Trans Tech Bus, following the debut of the eTrans all-electric school bus last fall. GSA Automotive is the mandatory source for the purchase of federal agency vehicles.

The GSA testing process is intended to ensure an adequate measure of standardization, and that federal agencies have access to the highest quality transportation products available.

"It's a testament to our workforce and the quality school buses they build each day," Daniels said. "We have a great team here at Trans Tech Bus, a team that is committed to making the best Type A school buses in the country."

Related Topics: Trans Tech Bus, Type A/small buses

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