Over 87 Years of Government Experience
Since 1930, Werres Corporation has been actively representing reputable manufacturers with our sales expertise to the Federal Government.
Today Werres continues our efforts with The Raymond Corporation as its US Government Sales Agent to the Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support office in Philadelphia under their Heavy Equipment Procurement Program. In addition we also provide Raymond Electric Pallet Trucks to the Non-DOD civilian agencies via the GSA Schedule program.
We are pleased to provide material handling products and solutions from a wide variety of nationally known manufacturers including: The Raymond Corporation, MODULA, Autoquip, Vantage, Cushman, and GO-4.
State & Local Government
Our vehicles are currently offered on State of Maryland BPO#001B7400275. Please contact us for complete vehicle proposal under this contract.
Department of Defense / MIlitary
Werres Corporation supplies material handling equipment to U.S. Military customers, including equipment offered on our HEPP CVC Contract SPE8EC-14-D-0014 and GSA Contract GS-07F-0330X. Please contact us directly for a quote.
Werres Corporation supplies material handling equipment to U.S. Federal Government Agencies, including equipment offered on our HEPP CVC Contract SPE8EC-14-D-0014 and GSA Contract GS-07F-0330X. Please contact us directly for a quote.
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- 87 Years of Material Handling Experience with the Federal Government -
Since 1930, Werres Corporation has been actively representing reputable manufacturers with our sales expertise to the Federal Government. The company began by selling office equipment to various Federal Government agencies at the end of the Depression.
Gradually Mr. Werres broadened his efforts by representing Bay City Steam Shovel Manufacturing Company from Bay City, Michigan to the US Army Corps of Engineers. Bay City, at that time, was a premier manufacturer of steam shovels in the United States. Werres’ Government Sales role expanded greatly at the beginning of World War II when Werres began providing materials handling equipment, as it was then known, to the Department of War.
Mr. Werres began this expansion first with The Rapids Standard Conveyor and Caster Company starting in 1942. From there Werres grew in its offerings of solutions to materials handling customers with the addition of The Raymond Corporation of Greene, New York in 1950. Raymond Corporation was the inventor of the narrow-aisle concept of forklift design with its original “straddle” type stand-up forklift.