CADILLAC, Michigan, AR (NYSE: AIR) Mobility Systems has been awarded task orders valued at $25.3 million from the U.S. Air Force for the production and repair of 463L cargo pallets. The cargo pallets will be manufactured and repaired in Cadillac. The two task orders are expected to be completed by June 30, 2019, and are tied to a previously awarded contract, which brings the total value to $143 million.
“Mobility Systems takes pride in being the sole manufacturer and authorized repair center for the 463L pallets for the U.S. Air Force. These two task orders ensure that the current inventory stays fully operational while also increasing inventory by up to 6,000 new pallets,” said Jeffery Jackson, Vice President, Business Development, AAR Mobility Systems.
AAR Mobility Systems has been providing 463L systems cargo pallets to the U.S. Armed Forces since the early 1960s. The 463L USAF design uses a lightweight balsa wood core that continues to provide unparalleled strength-to-weight performance and reliability compared to alternative commercial pallet designs.
About AAR Mobility Systems
AAR Mobility Systems is a leading global supplier of rapid deployment equipment, including mobile tactical shelters, pallets and expeditionary containers that enhance the military’s ability to mobilize, deploy, maneuver and sustain forces. AAR Mobility also manufactures large lightweight structural assemblies and platforms that support mission essential functions. Products are supported through a network of service centers, field service teams and strategic partners. More information can be found at www.aarmobilitysystems.com.
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