GREEN BAY, WIS. – The National Joint Powers Alliance® (NJPA) has awarded KI a new contract (#101012-KII) that covers KI’s classroom furniture solutions, including its comprehensive portfolio of innovative furniture, movable wall system solutions and Pallas Textiles. The contract allows purchasing professionals from local and state government agencies, K-12 school districts, higher education and nonprofits nationwide to select a wide range of education furniture and fabric solutions at favorable pricing.
“KI is proud to build upon and expand its unique partnership with NJPA,” said Dick Resch, chief executive officer, KI. “This classroom furniture contract reinforces KI’s leadership position in education and will allow greater accessibility to KI’s expansive education product portfolio while making our furniture even more affordable for all qualified purchasing agencies.”
The new four-year contract is effective in January 2013 and covers a wide range of products, including KI’s Intellect Wave® classroom furniture, award-winning Learn2™ seating, Backbone™ media platform, Genius® movable wall, Uniframe® tables and more.
NJPA is a member-owned cooperative, serving all public and non-public educational systems, government agencies, and non-profits to create an alliance between buyers and suppliers. NJPA establishes and provides nationally leveraged and competitively solicited purchasing contracts in cooperation with the Uniform Municipal Contracting Law. Currently, more than 48,000 organizations and public agencies utilize NJPA contracts and suppliers to procure millions of dollars in products and services annually.
KI manufactures innovative furniture and movable wall system solutions for education, healthcare, government and corporate markets. The employee-owned company is headquartered in Green Bay, Wis. and operates sales offices and manufacturing facilities in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe and Asia. KI tailors products and service solutions to the specific needs of each customer through its unique design and manufacturing philosophy. For more information, visit www.ki.com.
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