Anham takes over Agility's US army contract

Contract is potentially worth several billion dollars.
Anham says it is now in full control of a US army contract previously held by Agility.
Anham says it is now in full control of a US army contract previously held by Agility.

Share

Anham has taken took over full control of the US army supply contract previously held by Agility.

The contract involves the provision of full-line food and non-food distribution and support services in Kuwait and Iraq.

The contract is potentially worth several billion dollars and runs for an initial 18 month period, with options to renew for up to six years.

“Serving as the prime vendor provides us with the opportunity to build on our track record of performing beyond our clients’ expectations,” said David Braus, managing director of Anham.

“We have a long history of conducting large scale, successful operations in the most demanding conditions around the world – consistently on time and within budget.”

Anham has taken on the job after a seven month transition from the previous supplier, as outlined in the original contract awarded in April 2010.

According to Anham, news reports have mistakenly claimed that the transition was no longer continuing as planned.

Most Popular