The U.S. Army has selected S&K Aerospace, LLC (SKA) as one of four contractors for a multimillion-dollar, multiple-award, delivery order contract. The contract is for Third-Party Logistics (3PL) support of aircraft parts for various non-standard rotary wing platforms. The contract was awarded by the U.S. Army Contracting Command located at the Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama and supports the mission of the U.S. Army’s Multi-National Aviation Special Project Office (MASPO).
MASPO provides support to customers worldwide for a variety of former Department of Defense (DoD), commercial, and foreign military rotary wing aircraft, including; MD-530, MD-500, Bell 200/400 series, UH-1, Huey-II and AH-6. As one of the four awardees, SKA will compete for firm fixed price delivery orders to be issued against this estimated $43,546,590 Foreign Military Sales (FMS) contract. SKA is a leading 3PL provider with strategic relationships among multiple original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
“We are excited to support the U.S. Army,” stated Mike Delaney, Vice President of Operations. “We are committed to building customized supply chain management solutions for our military customers. Our third-party acquisition process and strong relationships with our vendor base provide value to our customers and allow us to leverage buying power across multiple contract vehicles.”
SKA is a member of the S&K Technologies, Inc. family of companies, which for over 20 years has provided U.S. Military and Foreign Allies with parts and equipment support. The company is a Top 100 Federal Contractor (2018) and Top 100 Defense Contractor (2017). The S&K Technologies, Inc. family of companies is owned by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) with headquarters in St. Ignatius, Montana. The corporation has 10 subsidiaries at operational sites nationwide and in Saudi Arabia. Contract awards like this provide meaningful economic dividends for the CSKT shareholder, supporting programs and cultural investments on the Flathead Reservation in Montana.