Cooperative purchasing through the National Intergovernmental Purchasing Alliance (NIPA) allows your organization to leverage the collective resources of partners nationwide, giving you access to quality Cat equipment without the hassle, expense and potential risk of a long bidding process.
Altorfer Cat and NIPA are currently offering clients the opportunity to purchase equipment through Contract #120377, solicited by the City of Tucson, Arizona. The award covers new and used construction, landfill, roadwork and material handling equipment, as well as work tools and power generation solutions.
Buying heavy equipment through Contract #120377 offers multiple advantages to small- and medium-sized organizations. As a participant, you’ll be able to:
Participating clients also have access to affordable financing through Caterpillar Financial Services. You’ll also have access to extended warranties and maintenance contracts that help ensure your purchase delivers the performance you need for years to come.
No matter the size and scope of your operation or complexity of the environment, Cat diesel, and natural gas generator sets are equal to the challenges of your emergency and standby needs. Our knowledgeable team will provide expert insight and advice, and help you examine your power system requirements. As part of the National Joint Powers Alliance, Altorfer Power Systems offers NJPA members a free four-year extended service contract with the purchase of a natural gas or Cat diesel generator.
In an age where businesses everywhere are focused on running lean, the NJPA contract #080613-CAT is a valuable asset for non-profits and governmental organizations. By having a direct link between the NJPA and Caterpillar®, you’ll benefit from:
The NJPA is a preferred procurement method of generator sets, switchgear and UPS/ATS that’s endorsed by national associations for governmental organizations, state procurement officials and fleet administrators. Applicable agencies can join for free via a simple membership registration process.