Gyro-Trac Approved for Government Sales with the DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY (DLA)

Gyro-Trac is pleased to announce that it has returned to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Schedule for Federal Purchasing.

Gyro-Trac DLA Brochure

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Gyro-Trac Government Sales Capabilities Statement

Government Sales Capabilities Statement

Through the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), during the late 1990’s and first decade of the new millennium, Gyro-Trac Sold Machines to:
  • Bases and Ranges all across the US: Army, Marines, Air Force, Navy
  • NASA
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs
  • National Park Service
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs
  • Bureau of Land Management
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The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) is known for being America's Combat Support Agency, but its services are not limited to the military. The DLA also support agencies like FEMA, NASA, Dept of State, Dept of Interior and even sell to certain State agencies and more with our logistics expertise. Make sure you check out The Defense Logistics Agency's website here

History of Gyro-Trac and Government Agencies

Gyro-Trac is thrilled to be able to offer our next generation of industry leading technologies to government agencies through the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) purchasing schedule. For over a quarter century, Gyro-Trac has been manufacturing the most productive mulching machines that produce more mulch for less horsepower, less fuel, less weight and pound for pound, for less total cost for a pile of mulch than any other brand.

Gyro-Trac moved its corporate headquarters to the Southeastern United States in the 1990’s. The State of Florida Forestry was an early adopter, learning that there was no better mulching machine to mitigate difficult invasive species like Brazilian Pepper and Scrub Palmettos. They discovered that there was no faster, better way to cut fire breaks or thin out hazardous fuel loads in heavily forested wild lands / urban interfaces – before a forest fire – and even during rapidly spreading forest fires.

Gyro-Tracs did not destroy roots of nearby keeper trees. They did not rut soils or cause runoff problems. Gyro-Trac’s low ground pressure machines only left small, rapidly bio-degradable mulch behind that looked great, and would not wick fire.

Soon, NASA and the US Air Force were using Gyro-Trac’s on Merritt Island, better known as Cape Canaveral’s Kennedy Space Center, to cut critical lines of site for sensors that monitor launch operations; they used Gyro-Tracs to mitigate hazardous fuel loads and invasive species. From there, Air Force Bases, Army Ranges, Naval facilities, and the other federal agencies listed above became customers.

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