The US Department of Defense has issued major contracts to three different firms for the supply of various military essentials. American Apparel Inc. has received an $82.9 million contract for men’s uniform all-weather coats, Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind has been awarded a $37.8 million contract for fuel handler sets, and Southeastern Kentucky Rehabilitation Industries has secured a $56.8 million contract for individual first aid kits and components.
- American Apparel Inc., based in Selma, Alabama, won the most significant contract of $82.9 million. It is expected to supply men’s uniform all-weather coats for the Army, with the contract set to end in July 2028.
- Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind, based in North Carolina, will provide fuel handler sets under a $37.8 million contract, with the work set to be completed by August 2026.
- Southeastern Kentucky Rehabilitation Industries secured a $56.8 million contract for individual first aid kits and components. The contract is for three years, with the ordering period ending in July 2026.
- All the contracts are firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity types, suggesting that the exact quantity of goods may not be determined at the time of contract award.
- The contracts were administered by different arms of the Department of Defense, including the Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support and Army Contracting Command.