IAL Awarded $90M Task Order Modification for DoD Private Vehicle Storage, Transport Services

International Auto Logistics will continue to provide storage and transportation services privately owned vehicles that belong to Department of Defense civilian and military personnel under a six-month, $89.7M task order modification.

The award from U.S. Transportation Command brings the original contract’s cumulative value to $927.4M, the Department of Defense said Friday.

Work commenced on March 1 and is expected to conclude on Aug. 31.

IAL will provide the services at various locations within and outside the U.S.

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