48 : Agility
Top 100 Revenue: $330,730,308
Defense revenue: $330,730,308
Civilian revenue: $-
2006 revenue: $4.3 billion
2006 earnings : Not yet available
2005 revenue: $3 billion
2005 earnings: $1.3 billion
Number of employees: 20000
Headquarters: Alexandria, Va.
Web address: www.agilitylogistics.com
President/CEO: Tarek Sultan, chairman and managing director
Head of gov't business: Toby Switzer, CEO and president international, Agility Defense & Government Services
Lines of business: Supply chain solutions, warehousing and distribution, vendor managed inventory, origin cargo management, direct to store, freight management, freight forwarding, project forwarding, exhibition logistics and asset-based transport
Major customers: Defense Logistics Agency, Army, Navy, Army Air Force Exchange Service
Major contracts/projects: Agility, formerly the Public Warehousing Co., is supplying the Defense Logistics Agency with warehousing and distribution services in its facilities in Kuwait. The five-year contract is worth $180 million. Agility is also a subcontractor to the Atlantic Contingency Constructors, which is doing work for the Navy under an IDIQ contract for global contingency construction worth $1 billion. The company is also part of a joint venture to provide logistics services in response to natural disasters, humanitarian needs and other rapid response situations for the Navy. The IDIQ contract is worth $450 million.

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