SeaFix Inc. gets $15M DOD contract for military maritime services to the Marianas, Diego Garcia and South Korea

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180206-N-IX266-006 LAEM CHABANG, Thailand— A military vehicle rolls off the ramp of Military Sealift Command’s (MSC) large, medium-speed, roll-on/roll-off ship USNS Pililaau (T-AK 304) during an offload at the port here to deliver equipment in support of Cobra Gold 2018, Feb. 5. The USNS Pililaau is part of Maritime Prepositioning Ships Squadron THREE, which consists of a fleet of government-owned ships operated by MSC and is based in the Guam-Saipan area of the Western Pacific Ocean. CG18 is a Thailand and United States co-sponsored exercise conducted annually in the Kingdom of Thailand. (U.S. Navy photo by Grady T. Fontana/Released)

SeaFix Inc., Saipan, Marianas Protectorate, has been awarded $15-million contract for military maritime services, 98% of which will be performed in the Marianas, Diego Garcia and South Korea.

About 2% of the work will be done in Jacksonville Florida.

This is a firm, fixed price, cost-reimbursement contract with the Navy Watercraft Afloat Maintenance Services. The total value is not-to-exceed $15,214,417 over a four-year ordering period.

The contract includes one six-month option period which, if exercised, would bring the cumulative value of this contract to $18,930,294.

According to a release on defense.com  SeaFix will provide a full range of logistics support services to the Navy including maintenance and associated material management for Afloat Navy Lighterage in support of the Marine Corps Prepositioning Program and deployed forces world-wide.

The work is expected to be completed Jan. 14, 2024, but if all the options are exercised, the work will continue through July 14, 2024.

No funds will be obligated at the time of award; funds will be obligated on individual task orders as they are issued.

This contract was competitively bid and procured via the Federal Business Opportunity website.

The Marine Corps’ Blount Island Command in Jacksonville Florida awarded the contract to SeaFix from the two competing offers they received.