S&K Aerospace wins USAF ground and aircraft CSE contract



The contract will cover a wide range of common ground and aircraft support equipment. Credit: DoD photo by Senior Airman Mitch Fuqua, USAF / WikiCommons.

S&K Aerospace has been selected by the US Air Force (USAF) for a $ 700 million Multi-Purpose Aircraft and Ground Common Support Equipment (CSE) contract.

The company is one of the eight contract winners. This involves the procurement, procurement and delivery of a wide range of equipment.

Designed to help respond quickly to user needs, the latest replenishment contract will also support off-the-shelf (COTS) and “military-only” commercial items.

Military assets support the USAF, Foreign Military Sales (FMS), Air National Guard (ANG), and several other Department of Defense (DoD) clients.

Dave Rariden, Managing Director of the Aerospace Business Unit at S&K Technologies, said: “The SKA team is the winner based on best value for money.

“This is a big win for SKA which supports around 500 national stock numbers over the ten year order period.

“We are proud to continue our strategic partnership with a multitude of OEMs to provide this essential support to the US Air Force and our foreign allies. ”

The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC), Robins Air Force Base (AFB) in Georgia, United States serves as the contracting activity.

SKA has supported the U.S. military and its foreign allies with parts and equipment support for more than two decades.

It is engaged in multinational supply chain management, third party logistics, as well as aircraft maintenance and repair services.

The company also provides warehousing and global distribution services, as well as other technical consulting and support services.



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