Hesco receives EBS contract
Hesco Bastion has received an IDIQ contract worth up to $24 million for the Expeditionary Barrier System.
The contract, issued by the US Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support, covers systems for the US Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps.
Hesco’s earth-filled barriers are designed to form compartmentalised areas to keep soldiers safe from indirect and direct fire. The units are lined with a heavy-duty polypropylene geotextile and filled with available material using commonly available equipment.
This is a ten-month bridge contract which will run through to September 2020.
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