US Army Awards Contract to Streamline Supply Chain Automation

6 August 2009 (Last Updated August 6th, 2009 18:30)

The US Army has selected North American firm Lowry Computer Products to provide US Government agencies, including the army, with automatic identification technology (AIT) to streamline defence and logistic supply chain automation efforts. The US Army’s Information Technology, E-Commerce

The US Army has selected North American firm Lowry Computer Products to provide US Government agencies, including the army, with automatic identification technology (AIT) to streamline defence and logistic supply chain automation efforts.

The US Army’s Information Technology, E-Commerce, and Commercial Contracting Center has awarded the contract with a potential value in excess of $400m to Lowry and other companies.

Through the initial three-year contract, Lowry will help the agencies rely on a single point of contact for procurement and technical expertise across the suite of AIT.

Under the contract, technologies to support focused logistics, total asset visibility, and the integration of global supply chains by the government agencies will be enabled.

Lowry will collaborate with partners such as Motorola, Zebra Technologies, CACI and many others to provide end-users with best equipment to help them with their AIT needs.