Landa Mobile Clears OSHA Compliance and Regulation -- Going after FSS
March 11th, 2015 - by Landa Mobile Systems, LLC | Share on:
The service-disabled, veteran-owned company Landa Mobile Systems, LLC out of Fayetteville, AR -- with a manufacturing plant in Tulsa, OK -- continually clears all OSHA regulations and is completely compliant for all military applications. Having worked extensively in the subcontracting arena -- working alongside such prominent names as BAE Systems, Los Alamos Laboratory, and General Dynamics -- Landa Mobile Systems is working toward a more prime relationship by going after a Federal Supply Schedule contract with the General Services Administration. As one of the most prominent manufacturers of communication towers and shelters -- namely gin poles and mobile communication towers up to 150' with command center combo units and fixed and mobile shelters -- there is a hefty demand for their preeminent products in the military, emergency services, telecommunications and public sector.
"We're a leading manufacturer of American-made communication towers, and our products are already distributed by every major carrier in the country, including some top contractors. We are looking toward a more direct relationship with the public sector, however," stated Michael Landa, CEO. "Our equipment is hands down some of the best out there; there has never been a failure in the life of our company where an LMS tower was blown over. No other manufacturer in the United States can make that statement."
Obviously, the process of obtaining a Federal Supply Schedule can be tedious, and thus Landa Mobile System sought the help of an experienced firm called Government Marketplace, LLC out of Wilmington, Delaware. They were able to have everything submitted in around 90 days, with one of the representatives of the consulting firm noting, "The team of Landa Mobile System was very much on point -- had all their regulations and compliance in order, submitted forms readily. It was a pleasure working with them, and I know they will have a lot of success in direct government contracting."