SupplyCore has been awarded the DLA Aviation Small Business Set Aside contract to support the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex (WR-ALC) and Worldwide (WW) Hub & Blade program with a total estimated value of $76.5M over 5 years.
Rockford, IL - SupplyCore has been awarded the DLA Aviation Small Business Set Aside contract to support the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex (WR-ALC) and Worldwide (WW) Hub & Blade program with a total estimated value of $76.5M over 5 years. SupplyCore will provide supply support and associated supply chain management for industrial customers at WR-ALC in Warner Robins, GA; operational customers worldwide; and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) customers.
SupplyCore will plan and pre-position appropriate levels of inventory at the WR-ALC storefront in order to support the industrial customer performance requirements. As part of this program, SupplyCore will operate a storefront facility in the C-130 Propeller Shop at Warner Robins AFB, GA. SupplyCore, a small business, has a robust infrastructure, state-of-the-art information technology systems, warehousing and logistics solutions maximizing efficiencies to provide the best customer service.
SupplyCore’s President & CEO, Peter Provenzano stated: “We will continue to ensure SupplyCore remains synonymous with consistent quality, innovation, best value and integrity while supporting DLA Aviation and its customers worldwide.”
Our DLA experience includes support to the Global Fleet Automotive Support Initiative (FASI-G) customers and multiple Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) Prime Vendor Regions including Japan, North Central, CENTCOM, and Southeast. SupplyCore’s philosophy of instilling the highest level of business ethics and cost savings throughout our organization has produced a partnership with DLA that is well-respected.