Contract Award: To Manage Logistics For Equipment Withdrawal From Afghanistan
Honeywell has won $31 million in task order contracts from the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) and Army to support the withdrawal of military equipment from Afghanistan through the company’s Prepositioning & Marine Corps Logistics Services and 401st Integrated Logistics Support Services programs.
As the U.S. military withdraws forces from Afghanistan, Honeywell will continue to provide expertise in repair, maintenance, transportation, and inventory accountability and management for high-value equipment and vehicles to U.S. forces in the Middle East including Army Brigade Combat Teams and Marine Expeditionary Units.
Honeywell’s services have proven beneficial to the U.S. armed forces logistics through successfully returning more than 100,000 USMC Principal End Items (including tanks and Humvees) from Iraq and demonstrating significant operating efficiencies, which resulted in cost savings of over 10 percent to the USMC.
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