For over 60 years, IAP has built a reputation as a reliable and responsible market leader in the provision of Global-scale logistics, technical services, advanced facilities and professional management. According to IAP Worldwide website, the company operates in unexpected areas and events, including overseas battlefields and natural disasters areas. Its operations are backed by military installations, civilian facilities and remote research laboratories. IAP has a strong workforce of 1,600 employees spread across 110 plus locations in over 20 countries around the world. Some of the landmark events that have occurred in the company’s history include its founding in 1990 as a specialized logistics and procurement company. During that period, the company entered into a contract with the US Army to supply generators to support Operation Desert Storm from a base in Saudi Arabia.
In 2004, IAP held government services contracts totaling $370 million, a fact that made the company a logistical leader and government partner. In 2006, IAP acquired a British Engineering company called G3, which operates in several countries and territories around the world. G3 offers a wide range of services and solutions targeting government, private commercial and international clients. One of the solutions includes provision of deployable modular systems for fixed infrastructure. The division is also well-positioned to design, operate and maintain facilities and support equipments in remote and harsh environments. In 2014, the Cape Canaveral, Florida based company completed a major restructuring and recapitalization process that saw the installation of a new management board. One year later, IAP made several acquisitions aimed at increasing its capacity to serve its fast expanding market.
A report published on PRNewswire reveals that IAP snapped Tactical Communications & Network Solutions (TCNS) and Aviation and Logistics (A&L) business units from DRS Technologies. The CEO of IAP Worldwide Services, Inc Mr. Doug Kitani told PRNewswire that these units will be integrated into IAP’s National Security Programs division to serve US and international clients in order to boost customer satisfactions. IAP has also invested a lot of resources to develop and support programs that add value to the company’s workers. The programs include creating a satisfying work environment and promoting IAP core values built on the foundations of responsibility, respect, ingenuity, purpose and integrity. Besides its core disaster contingency services, the company is also involved in supporting various environmental and humanitarian projects aimed at improving the lives of people around the world.
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