Teknoflor designated disaster recovery supplier

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Milwaukee, Wis.–The General Services Administration (GSA) designated Teknoflor as a disaster recovery supplier, with twenty-one heavily inventoried products on GSA schedules ready to ship.

This designation extends exclusive savings to local government agencies, by using funding recently made available by current events.

“We are here to serve,” said PJ Hughes, Teknoflor’s government & national accounts manager. “As a key Department of Defense supplier of wear resistant deck tile and high-performance flooring, we are fully prepared to handle any procurement requests from our heavy domestic inventories in strategic locations.”

Teknoflor’s Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) GSA Schedule is GS-27F-0036V and its General Schedule is GS-03F-102GA. Both schedules include Teknoflor resilient tile and resilient sheet, as well as chlorine-free sheet and tile, which meet a variety of sustainability certifications.

For quotes, questions and other requests related to GSA contracts, customers can contact Hughes. For more information on products available on GSA contract with Teknoflor, visit here.

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