Industrial Products & Services Category - Buyers Guidance and Resources
The Industrial Products and Services category offers goods and services and can include those used in the production of a final product (e.g., Basic or raw materials and components, instruments, hardware or tools). Agencies save both time and money while having access to a vast array of items ranging from cleaning supplies; hardware and tools; air compressors and pressure cleaners; to vehicular cranes and attachments and more.
The Industrial Products and Services slip sheet [PDF - 811 KB] contains additional details about category solutions in a printable format.
For information related to the specific NAICS associated with a SIN, full SIN descriptions, associated maximum order limitations and more, please view the Available Offerings Attachment and specifically the tab for Industrial Products and Services.
Available under Special Item Number (SIN) 3363P, the following accessories and equipment offer the ability to add components to vehicles or replace damaged parts: Beacon Warning Lights; Bed Liners; Cabinets; Cargo Van Locks; Ladder Racks; Mirrors; Mud Flaps; Security Systems; Tarps and Cargo Covers; Tool Boxes; Tow Hooks; Trailer Towing Packages; and Winches
Industrial Products & Services Category FAQs
Everything from shoe boxes to large storage crates can be found with all sizes of boxes and containers in between.
In support of GSA's commitment to green offerings, industrial drums, manual-grade strapping, pallets, paperboard and packaging are available which meet or exceed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Recovered Material Advisory Notice standard for recovered materials as specified in the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Section 6002 Comprehensive Procurement Guideline.
For more information, visit the Green Procurement Compilation website. It is a comprehensive green purchasing resource designed for federal contracting personnel and program managers. This website consolidates and organizes information from federal environmental programs in one place, saving you from visiting multiple websites.
Consolidation and container loading of shipments track and arrange freight shipments, hold bulk shipments in storage, and repacking services. Please visit GSA eLibrary or the Available Offerings Attachment [XLSX - 364 KB] to see expanded offerings.
UID is used for a variety of applications including supply chain management, logistics, and anti-counterfeiting, to improve inventory management and reduce operating costs. UID is a mandatory Department of Defense requirement for all acquisitions beginning January 1, 2004.
Radio Frequency Identification is a method of remotely storing and retrieving data using devices called RFID tags/transponders. RFID allows for individual items to have a unique identifier and can identify many items at once.
For a complete list of the available offerings under MAS, please view the “Available Offerings Attachment” on the GSA Available Offerings and Requirements page.