Thompson Pump awarded Sourcewell cooperative purchasing contract

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Thompson Pump and Manufacturing Co has been awarded a third consecutive cooperative purchasing contract with Sourcewell, a self-sustaining US government organization that connects vendors to the buying power of more than 50,000 government, education and nonprofit entities.

A Thompson Pump lift station.
A Thompson Pump lift station.

The Thompson Pump contract #101221-TPM, which runs through to 2025, is categorized under Sewer Vacuum, Hydro-Excavation and Municipal Pumping Equipment with Related Accessories and Supplies.

After competitively soliciting and awarding a cooperative contract, member municipalities have access to Thompson Pumps’ wet and dry prime trash pumps, diaphragm pumps, high pressure pumps, hydraulic and electric pumps, sound attenuation enclosures, control panels and accessories, as well as their service and support.

Thompson Pump has been offering its high-quality pumps and accessories to local, state and federal governments for more than 50 years, and with this Sourcewell contract, all government customers can efficiently streamline their procurement procedures to obtain the pumps they want and need, at discounted prices,” said David Perry, municipal sales manager for Thompson Pump. “Utilizing the Sourcewell contract allows us to offer the best overall value to our government customers, not only through our products but through our continued service in training, local representation, experience and so much more.”

“Whether for flood mitigation, preventing environmental pollution, public safety concerns, construction preparation, or any other pump-related application, our pumps are customized for each municipal customer’s specific needs and our team is on hand for any guidance and training needed,” said Chris Thompson, president of Thompson Pump and Manufacturing.

A JSC series centrifugal pump. -

Thompson Pump is part of multiple national and local purchasing cooperative contracts for direct purchase options including the General Services Administration (GSA), the Florida Sheriffs’ Association, the North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association and the Virginia Sheriffs’ Association.