SupplyCore to Provide Logistics Support to Military's Land-Based Fleets
Dec 18, 2008 1:37 PM
SupplyCore, a leading supply chain management and logistics services provider, has been awarded a ten-year contract with the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to support the U.S. Military's land-based vehicles including the HMMVEE, Bradley, and the M939 Series under the Fleet Automotive Support Initiative-Global (FASI-G) Program.
This indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract has a maximum value of $4.4 billion over the next ten years. Under this contract, SupplyCore will provide parts and supply chain management services to Department of Defense facilities. SupplyCore will provide this service through their facilities located in Rockford, IL, Atlanta, GA, Santa Fe Springs, CA, Kansas City, MO, and additional locations as needed.
The FASI-G Program, administered by the Defense Supply Center Columbus, was created to provide superior logistics, supply chain management services, and to improve customer services in supporting the military's land-based vehicle fleets.
In order to be awarded the Small Business Set-Aside portion of the FASI-G Program, SupplyCore was required to show they were competitive with the large businesses that competed for the contract in both price and delivery capability. As a leader within the Small Business community, SupplyCore is able to manage an extensive supply chain that includes many highly capable small manufacturers. The FASI-G set-aside contract is one of the largest small business set-asides ever awarded by the Department of Defense.
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