Spartan Motors awarded $214M cargo van contract for USPS fleet

Award Date: September 29, 2017 The United States Postal Service awarded Spartan Motors the contract for Solicitation 3D-17-A-0140 (for the purchase of Cargo Vans). There will be two design types; Cab Over Engine (COE) and Cab Behind Engine (CBE). Within each design type, two sizes of cargo bodies are identified; 18 ft. and 24 ft….

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USPS Adds Another 3,339 Ram ProMaster Vans

By Paul Clinton – September 8, 2016 FCA has started delivering another 3,339 Ram ProMaster cargo vans to the U.S. Postal Service in a second order that follows a 9,113-vehicle order last year. USPS awarded the contract to FCA on March 24, and the vehicles will be delivered by the end of November, said Ralph…

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USPS Blog: Next Generation Delivery Vehicle Strategy

By Sarah Ninvaggi – January 15, 2015 The following information outlines the Postal Service’s position on our Next Generation Delivery Vehicle acquisition process. In order to understand the investment in Next Generation Delivery Vehicles, it is important to understand some background on the Postal Service’s fleet. While many would recognize our familiar right-hand-drive Long Life…

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USPS orders 9,000 new vans from Fiat Chrysler

The Postal Service has ordered more than 9,000 cargo vans from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, part of a broad effort to invest in new vehicles and equipment for USPS. Fiat Chrysler will supply the Postal Service with 9,113 Ram ProMaster 2500 cargo vans. The 2016 vehicles are equipped with a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine rated at…

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FBO: Rental of Motor Vehicles for USPS Delivery Operations

Solicitation Number: 3D-15-A-0209 Agency: United States Postal Service Office: Supplies and Services Purchasing Location: Vehicles CMC The U.S. Postal Service will rent minivan cargo vans and cargo vans (low, medium and high roof) up to 2 tons capacity for delivery of packages and to fill in for vehicles out of service. The contract will extend…

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