USPS awards over $214 million contract for cargo vans

usps fleet of trucks The U.S. Postal Service established an Indefinite Delivery, Definite Quantity (IDDQ) contract(s) for the purchase of over 2, 000 Cargo Vans: 18 ft. and 24 ft. cargo body Cab Over Engine (COE) design type and 18 ft. and 24 ft. cargo body Cab Behind Engine (CBE) design type in accordance with the U.S. Postal Service Specification. Approximately 71% of the vehicles will require lift gates; Tuck-Under or Rail type.

The initial period of performance for the two types of cargo vans will be for two years with Option Quantities that could extend the contract period of performance to a maximum of three years.

USPS awarded the $$214,268,786.00 contract to Spartan Motors USA, Inc. of Bristol, Indiana






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4 thoughts on “USPS awards over $214 million contract for cargo vans

  1. Can’t wait to get my new office here in philly. I’ll be sad to see my 2004 international and its 459k go. Ac and radio works great still

  2. Those must be state of the art vehicles, 85k a piece for up to 2500, even more if it’s less, simply amazing, so glad I retired years ago, the head shaking never ends.

  3. I wonder who’s relative works at this company and how they
    are related to some shmuck at the PO Headquarters.

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