The manufacturer does not supply those ratings. We offer a wide range of motor drivers and controllers, and they definitely cannot all drive these motors. I recommend you use the motor stall current specification to select a motor driver or controller with enough power, since motors will typically draw close to the stall current when they start from rest (unless you accelerate them gradually), and they can draw nearly twice the stall current if you switch from full-speed forward to full-speed reverse without any braking or acceleration in between. Ultimately, your power requirements depend on how you plan on using the motors and the voltage at which you will be running them, but the free-run and stall current specifications we supply should generally be sufficient to choose an appropriate motor driver or controller. Note that stall current varies approximately linearly with voltage.
Some of the motor drivers and controllers we recommend for those particular motors can be found on the right side of the product page under the section labeled "Related Products".