The work comes under to firm fixed-price indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts. Each has a one-year base period of performance and four one-year options. Their combined value is more than $11.8 million.
"We will apply the expertise, experience, level of detailed knowledge, and resources needed to restore these semi-trailers to the best possible condition," said VSE Federal Group President Donnelle Moten. "VSE's goal for this effort is to ensure that our nation's first line of defense is battle-ready and fully equipped."
Under both contracts, VSE will support the Marine Depot Maintenance Command in Albany, Ga., in rebuilding about 170 40-ton payload, three-axle medium heavy equipment transporter semi-trailers and 230 5,000-gallon fuel dispensing semi-trailers.
VSE said it will restore the semi-trailers to a serviceable and issuable condition and also apply a corrosion prevention coating to them, thus helping reduce life-cycle costs.
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