According to prnewswire, IAP Worldwide Services, a leading provider of global level logistics, management of facilities, and elite professional and technical ministration, has acquired two companies, the DRS Technologies, Inc.’s Aviation and Logistics corporation and the Tactical Communications & Network Solutions corporation, as part of a long-term expansion strategy. DRS Technologies, Inc., located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma provides repair management for aircrafts as well as mission support services and logistics for the government. The Tactical Communications & Network Solutions, located in Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, supplies the U.S. Department of Defense, along with other government agencies, with support solutions regarding communications, information technology and engineering situations. IAP Worldwide Services acquired both of these companies for unique reasons, planning to integrate each companies unparalleled attributes and capabilities into a seamless concept.
The two newly acquired corporations are being merged together into both IAP’s National Security Programs unit and their new Aviation & Engineering Solution unit. The acquisition more than doubles IAP’s attainable market while broadening their service capacity in order to include a fully global market. In fact, according to the CEO of IAP Worldwide Services, Inc., Doug Kitani, “The addition of these aviation, communication and networking technologies businesses from DRS are a natural fit for IAP, expanding our portfolio of services and solutions to U.S. and international government agencies and organizations.”
IAP already has made significant contributions to the American government, having played a critical role int he development of the air traffic system established in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom, the Kabul Air Control Center. IAP, by way of the Air Force Contract Augmentation Program, aligned with the U.S. Air Force in order to create mew airways and establish all aspects of the communication systems. This revitalization of the aviation infrastructure in Afghanistan was pivotal in the restructuring of the country and the maintenance of their integrity as one.
Kitani further mentioned that they established their strategy based on organic growth through customer-focused discipline, lean operations, and innovation in our core government services segment, and inorganic growth realized by acquiring and integrating companies that complement our core business.” Further adding that the purchase of these two businesses is an example of the level of sustainment and commitment that the board and the investors have towards being servants to the government as their customers.
IAP Worldwide Services has been the leader in international services for more than half of a decade. The provide a wide assortment of services to the American government as well as international agencies and organizations. Thy currently have over 100 facilities located in 20 countries globally, with additional offices located in the Middle East, the United Kingdom and Washington D.C.
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