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Transcom Awards 25 Spots on Potential $285M Heavyweight Shipping Contract

Twenty-five companies have won spots on a potential $284.9M  indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract from U.S. Transportation Command to ship heavy materials to various domestic and international destinations.

Selected providers will transport, pick up, track and process customs application documents of freight shipments for the Department of Defense, federal agencies and government contractors, DoD said Friday.

Multiple agencies will issue and finance orders under the Global Heavyweight Service contract, which runs through Sept. 30, 2022.

The awardees are:

  • ABX Air
  • Air Transport International
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Allegiant Air
  • American Airlines
  • Amerijet International
  • Atlas Air
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Federal Express
  • Hawaiian Airlines
  • Jet Blue
  • Kalitta Air
  • Lynden Air Cargo
  • Miami Air International
  • MN Airlines
  • National Air Cargo Group
  • Northern Air Cargo
  • Omni Air International
  • Polar Air Cargo Worldwide
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Tantonduk Outfitters
  • United Airlines
  • United Parcel Service
  • USA Jet Airlines
  • Western Global Airlines

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