UEI: T614KKBJQMN3 | DUNS#: 079146719 | CAGE Code: 6zsd0 | TERO | DIAR#: 142.280-4 |HUBZone: 66994 | Texas HUB | GSA: 47QMCA22D001D
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100% Native owned small business enterprise specializes in providing strategic and reliable operational support services for tribal, government and private sector partners.

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TRADE IS OUR TRADITION

Capturing and reinvigorating that spirit of First Nation commerce was top of mind for Chad Johnson when he pushed his company, The Akana Group Inc., across the Pacific, becoming the first native-owned business incorporated in Australia in October 2022. The Akana Group provides tribes and Indigenous farmers with access to...

First Nations Trade Mission to Australia leads to new partnership for Native-owned Akana Group

HOUSTON, Texas — Native-owned agricultural equipment supplier Akana Group found kindred spirits in an Aboriginal construction and civil development contractor that executives met in Northern Territory, Australia during the recent First Nations Trade Mission.  Executives at Houston-based Akana Group met with their counterparts at Rusca Group over the two-week trade mission, which...

Iowa Tribe Visits John Deere Harvester Works

EAST MOLINE, Ill. (KWQC) – The Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska stopped by John Deere Harvester Works for a tour Wednesday. During the tour, the tribe not only saw how John Deere’s farm equipment was made, but also talked about how they can improve their own farming operations in...

Native business, tribal leaders plan trade mission to Australia

A group of Native entrepreneurs, organizers and representatives from tribal enterprises will join the First Nations Trade Mission trip to visit with Indigenous Australians to open talks about trade opportunities and information exchange.  The Trade Mission will send 10 delegates from a cross-section of Native-led nonprofits, businesses and tribal enterprises...

THE AKANA GROUP INC.

Proven Performance and Experience

10+ years of experience in providing high-quality equipment in a timely manner and in the development of both vendor and client relations.

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We guarantee the best value on the equipment that you need to complete any job.

Exceptional Customer Service

Our experienced staff will work diligently with you from the contract and purchase order phase through delivery of your equipment.

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Yes, The Akana group has worked with many aspects of tribal entities including tribal educational, medical, nonprofits, financing and economic enterprises. 

Many of our customers reside or operate in remote locations. The Akana Group is able to provide support to meet all delivery needs.

 If you have an equipment request please visit the contact page or call 817-329-5013 to discuss your equipment or project needs.

All equipment that we provide carries the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) warranty. The service work can be completed at any OEM certified repair facilities globally. Additionally, we offer full-service packages that can be tailored to our customers' needs including on-site support.

The Akana Group Inc. has years of Project Management experience in government facilities and the proven ability to Manage Federal Contracts and comply with Government Contract Requirements. We maintain a Government compliant, established, and proven infrastructure with experience in operating in security-controlled environments. The Akana Group Inc. Contract Management team provides compliance processing and benefit solutions that deliver measurable advantages to our clients.

A group of Native entrepreneurs, organizers and representatives from tribal enterprises will join the First Nations Trade Mission trip to visit with Indigenous Australians to open talks about trade opportunities and information exchange.

The Trade Mission will send 10 delegates from a cross-section of Native-led nonprofits, businesses and tribal enterprises to meet with Indigenous Australians in three cities across the country in hopes of establishing new trade relationships and investment opportunities…