A Yardville-based telecommunications infrastructure company earned a national cabling contract from the National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance, it announced Wednesday.
Northeast Communications Group’s deal will include a full line of communication wire installation, as well as related services. The company said the contract is for one year, renewable annually for up to four years, and did not have a specific award amount.
“We are pleased to have been awarded this cabling contract and look forward to working with NCPA to introduce our quality telecommunication services and products and customer service to its existing cooperative purchasing clients as well as to creating new partnerships with public and private entities throughout the country,” Christopher Kent, CEO of Northeast Communications Group, said in a statement.
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