Vertex wins U.S. Navy contract valued up to $230 million

The Vertex Company, a V2X company, was awarded a contract valued up to $230 million for contractor logistics support for the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps’ fleet of C-12 Huron aircraft.

The C-12 is a twin-engine aircraft used for light passenger and cargo missions.

“The Vertex Company provides the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps with high-quality services that ensure aircraft readiness,” said Ed Boyington, President and CEO of The Vertex Company. “We bring an uncompromising focus on quality to contractor logistics support programs around the world.”

Under the new contract, Vertex will provide a range of services including site support, aircraft depot maintenance, engine depot maintenance, propeller depot overhauls and modifications.

“We look forward to continuing The Vertex Company’s record of success maintaining, repairing and overhauling C-12 aircraft,” said Richard “Vinny” Caputo, President of Aerospace & Defense Services at The Vertex Company.

The contract period of performance is a 3-month base for transition plus a 9-month option for full performance in the “base year” and 4 one-year options thereafter. The contract was awarded by the Naval Air Systems Command, known as NAVAIR.

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