Purchasing Cooperatives

Palomar Modular Buildings has purchasing agreements in place with a number of cooperative purchasing organizations that enable their members to buy direct. Purchasing direct from the manufacturer through a cooperative purchasing agreement removes dealer markups, shortens the procurement cycle, and assures low bid pricing. Plans can be customized to meet the customer’s specific needs, or can be chosen from a range of floor plans approved by the purchasing cooperatives.

Palomar has purchasing agreements with the following purchasing cooperatives


buyboard purchasing cooperativeThe Local Government Purchasing Cooperative was created to increase the purchasing power of government entities and to simplify their purchasing by using a customized online purchasing system, called the BuyBoard. Combining the purchasing power of local governments provides members the leverage to achieve better pricing on products, equipment, and services they use every day. There is power in numbers, and BuyBoard has delivered the vast economies of scale in purchasing products and services to members since 1998.

The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS)

the interlocal purchasing system tips/taps logoPalomar has recently been approved for Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Louisiana vendor list. The TIPS purchasing cooperatives have joined together government entities, in multiple states, to increase their buying power in acquiring products and services; lowering administrative procurement costs; and improving overall business performance at each entity. Other benefits include centralized vendor listing; e-commerce store; toll-free helpline; competitively bid procurement process and vendor/member reporting service.

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