Ribcraft Awarded GSA Supply Contract

Tuesday, April 22, 2003
Ribcraft line of rigid inflatable boats has been approved for the United States Government's General Services Administration (GSA) Awards Schedule, a government approved listing of suppliers and manufacturers for all government agencies. "Even though we have already provided RIBs to several government agencies,inclusion in the GSA Schedule will allow us to better support our present federal customers as well as make our RIBs and offerings more accessible to all interested agencies," said Brian Gray, President of Ribdraft USA.
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