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MPE offers protective garments online through DOD EMALL
22
Dec '09
Miller's Precision Enterprises, Inc. leading supplier of recycled Tyvek protective garments, announces its recent approval as a vendor on the Department of Defense Electronic Mall (DOD EMALL). As an approved DOD EMALL vendor, MPE can provide military, government and Civil Agency personnel with a greener solution for protective apparel needs.

"Our military and government workers deserve the best when it comes to protective clothing, and with MPE recycled Tyvek products, they can stay protected while also saving money and the environment. The DOD EMALL is a great way for customers to find what they need 24/7, whether that be protective coveralls for general maintenance work or lab coats and disposable shoe covers for medical research. With the ability to compare prices on the DOD EMALL, our customers will find that MPE offers an unbeatable cost for quality products," says Mike Miller, CEO of MPE.

In addition to military personnel, DOD EMALL shoppers include government purchase card holders from the Department of Defense, workers from Budget and Finance offices, and government contractors. The program offers more than 32 million items from 1,450 commercial catalogs through a secure online network, allowing authorized customers to shop multiple vendors from one source.

MPE's unique and comprehensive lineup of recycled Tyvek shirts, coveralls and other garments gives the company an advantage as customers shop for greener, more cost-effective solutions for protective apparel.

"We offer comfortable, durable, and safe protective clothing and accessories at a fraction of the price, saving our customers money while reducing waste. We're confident that the care we put into our recycled garments and customer service ensures quality and satisfaction every time," says Miller.

MPE Inc

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