Deals this week: Maersk Line, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon Missile Systems
Maersk Line Limited has been awarded a contract modification to provide international ocean and intermodal distribution services to the US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) until August next year.
The $204.46m contract has been awarded by the USTRANSCOM located at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, US.
The US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center located at Eglin Air Force Base has awarded a contract to Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control for the Lot 1 production of long-range anti-ship missiles (LRASM).
The contractor will produce 23 LRASM missiles at its facility in Orlando, Florida, US, for the US Air Force.
Missile deliveries are expected to be concluded in September 2019.
The US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, based at Eglin Air Force Base, has awarded a $75m-worth contract to Raytheon Missile Systems in support of Small Diameter Bomb II.
As part of the deal, Raytheon will provide lifecycle technical support services for engineering, manufacturing and sustainment phases of Small Diameter Bomb II until July 2024.
Lockheed Martin Corporation has been contracted to provide long-term sustainment services to the US Air Force’s C-130J weapon system up to July next year.
Awarded by the US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Robins Air Force Base, the $74.69m-worth deal includes providing sustaining engineering and programme sustainment support, as well as technical data for the C-130J weapon system.
The US Defense Logistics Agency Aviation has awarded a contract worth $20.95m to EFW Inc, a subsidiary of Elbit Systems of America, LLC, in support of the US Air Force’s F-16 fighter aircraft.
As part of the contract, EFW will supply cockpit television video system cameras for the F-16 fleet for a period of five years.