Transcom Picks 11 Firms for Intermodal Shipping Services

Jeff Brody

Eleven companies have been selected to compete for task orders to provide international and intermodal shipping services under a U.S. Transportation Command contract worth potentially $739M.

Transcom will obligate fiscal 2019 and fiscal 2020 working capital funds on individual orders under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

Contract work is scheduled to conclude by Aug. 31, 2020.

The awardees and contract details are as follows:

  • American President Lines — $140.3M
  • American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier — $84M
  • Central Gulf Lines — $34M
  • Farrell Lines — $61.9M
  • Hapag-Lloyd USA — $55.9M
  • Liberty Global Logistics — $68.3M
  • Maersk Line — $170.1M
  • Matson Navigation — $71.2M
  • Schuyler Line Navigation — $12.2M
  • TOTE Maritime — $33.4M
  • Young Brothers — $7.3M

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