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Over $200M for Heavyweight Package Delivery

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(click to view full) DID has covered international airlift contracts from the US government, and we’ve also covered the Defense Logistics Agency’s Surface Small Package Program. What about stuff that’s somewhere in-between? United States Transportation Command at Scott AFB, IL has just issued a set of 6 contracts for International heavyweight express package delivery worth up to $202.5 million – and the winner are names we can recognize from previous contracts at both ends of the spectrum. All of these announcements are fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contracts which will be funded by individual ordering offices by government bills of lading, commercial bills of lading, and/or government credit card. Work will be performed world wide and is expected to be complete September 30, 2007. The solicitation was advertised on Federal Business Opportunities unrestricted, and 7 proposals were received. Winners included: * ASTAR Air Cargo, Inc. in Miami, FL: $29.5 million ( HTC711-07-D-0001) * Murray Air, Inc. of Ypsilanti in Miami, FL: $32.1 million (HTC711-07-D-0002) * Federal Express Corporation in Washington, DC: $33.2 million (HTC711-07-D-0003) * United Parcel Service, Inc. in Louisville, KY: $47.1 million (HTC711-07-D-0004) * Miami Air International, Inc. in Miami, FL: $30.1 million (HTC711-07-D-0005) * Delta Airlines in Atlanta, GA: […]

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