Vanquish Worldwide awarded US Central Command contract
Vanquish Worldwide, LLC, an international company providing worldwide support services to the US Government and the commercial market sector, has been awarded a prime contract by the US Central Command for National Afghan Trucking (NAT). Vanquish Worldwide will be distributing reconstruction material, security equipment, fuel, miscellaneous dry cargo, and life support assets throughout Afghanistan.
This mission- critical contract directly supports US troops in the war zone by providing necessities to Forward Operating Bases to provide the US Military with the supplies they need to successfully execute their mission Afghanistan wide. Vanquish Worldwide provides all management and logistics support resources necessary to pick up material and equipment at origin and deliver material and equipment at destination. Vanquish, along with their local national transportation and security teaming partners, will travel to some of the most dangerous parts of the country. To help ensure their employees and cargo arrive safely, each mission will have an assigned convoy security team and will be tracked by the Vanquish Tactical Operations Center (TOC) professionals utilizing a multi-million dollar state of the art GPS tracking system.
Vanquish's local partners are vetted and experienced in the secure movement of materials around Afghanistan. They currently conduct more than 1200 truck movements per month to all parts of the country. Their Afghan partners have experienced, well trained, and well equipped convoy teams with knowledge of the terrain and roads for which they travel on a daily basis.
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