Agility awarded new contract for US Army’s Heavy Lift VI Contract
Agility Defense & Government Services (DGS) today announced that it has been awarded a third successive one-year contract on the US Army's Heavy Lift VI contract. Under the new contract, Agility will continue to provide transportation services for military personnel and supplies.
The extension was awarded by the US Army Sustainment Command DCMA and continues Agility's engagement for Heavy Lift VI through June 30, 2009. The maximum value of the work that Agility is obligated to perform under this new contract is US$ 200 Million and the minimum value is US$ 20 Million. The US Army may at its discretion request Agility to undertake additional work if the maximum value of the contract is exceeded.
Agility is a leading global logistics provider with more than 32,000 employees, and over 550 offices in 100 countries around the world. A publicly traded company, with over US$6 billion in annual revenue, Agility has three key operating units - Global Integrated Logistics (GIL), Defense & Government Services (DGS) and Investments.
We focus on offering customers truly personalized service and flexible supply chain solutions tailored to meet their individual business needs, supported by a comprehensive network of warehousing facilities, transportation and freight management services. We also believe that we have responsibilities that extend beyond our commercial operations, as we are a worldwide network that is able to partner with local communities. Our contributions ensure the growth of our people, our business, and the future.
For more information about Agility, visit www.agilitylogistics.com.
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