Pipe Bursting Manufacturer, TRIC Tools, Joins NAPC Web Portal
Jul 30, 2015
TRIC Tools engages with Bid Ocean and NAPC audience through its online marketing
This July, Pipe Bursting Manufacturer, TRIC Tools, is excited to to announce its affiliation with the North American Procurement Council (NAPC). In addition to working with NAPC, TRIC is also using BId Ocean, another service started by Tim Loncarich. The NAPC is a a Colorado based web portal that connects American businesses to current purchasing requests of most government agencies. The website http://americasbiz.net hosts national bid requests for Request for Proposals (RFP) and requests for information (RFI). Individual portals for all 50 states can be found at http://www.napc.pro/portals. Both of these sites link contractors and project owners. NAPC's CEO Tim Loncarich states, "For the first time in American history, the current and recent procurement solicitations of most every federal, state, county and city government agency are freely available in one one place."
TRIC was introduced to this space at the Denver No-Dig Show, where Sales Executive Jay Battin, Engineer Robert Ding and Operations Manager Michael Lien met with Bid Ocean's Michael Winter, who described the goals of NAPC. TRIC has worked closely with Mr. Winter learning the different facets of Bid Ocean. TRIC's Battin remarked, "I can't recall another salesperson who's been as responsive and helpful as Michael (Winter) has in getting us up and running with Bid Ocean and NAPC. Bid Ocean has done a fantastic job in separating the work categories, especially for http://www.trictools.com/products.html pipe bursting contractors, and Michael has taken us step-by-step through the process to ensure we can use every bit of the software."
TRIC is excited to move forward with its Pipe Bursting marketing plans and looks forward to a fruitful relationship with both Bid Ocean and NAPC. TRIC Tools, Inc. is an infrastructure and environmental solutions company that provides proprietary technology, tools and services for the “non-invasive” rehabilitation and replacement of sewer, water, gas and other difficult to access underground pipes. TRIC’s manufacturing facility is based in Alameda, CA, and holds four U.S. and International patents for its device and method of trenchless pipe replacement. TRIC equipment is ultra compact, and is categorically the smallest and lightest trenchless pipe replacement option in the industry.
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