Mobile-Shop Company Receives GSA Schedule Contract

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Mobile-Shop has been approved by the GSA to sell directly to federal government customers.

The General Services Administration (GSA) has approved the Columbus-based Mobile-Shop Company ( for listing among vendors authorized to sell directly to federal government customers.

"This is a major step forward in our efforts to expand our sales to another strategic market," said Mobile-Shop President Edward "Jerry" Guirlinger. "The Mobile-Shop® tool and parts organization system is a perfect solution for increasing productivity and efficiency among maintenance professionals working in government facilities. It offers a standardized system that gives every maintenance technician the tools necessary to get the job done right the first time, without having to leave the job site to search for another tool or part. The unique feature of numbered and labeled pockets for every item provides accountability that technicians and facility managers have never before enjoyed.

"The GSA approval means we will now be able to sell directly to these customers, and via the GSA's electronic catalog GSA Advantage!, at an agreed upon price. Government facilities managers will be able to reap the same benefits that property management professionals in the multi-family residential and the commercial property management fields have seen after implementing the Mobile-Shop System at their properties."

Guirlinger said more than 200 companies in the United States and Canada have installed Mobile-Shops at their properties, including many of the largest property management organizations in North America.

"The feedback we're receiving has been overwhelmingly positive," said Guirlinger. "Facility managers who have traditionally struggled with property maintenance are now able to put a system in place that they can manage while, at the same time, increasing productivity, professionalism, and profitability."

The patented Mobile-Shop System organizes and includes 230 professional quality tools and 180 critical small parts (over 1,000 pieces). It is highly transportable and boasts an accountability system that allows every tool and part to be inventoried in less than 60 seconds.


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