IAP Worldwide Services Acquiring Other Companies

IAP Worldwide Services, Inc. (IAP) a major player in the logistics field with more than 2,000 employees. The company recently acquired DRS Technologies, Inc. (DRS). DRS is located in Oklahoma City, Ok., IAP also brought under their umbrella the Tactical Communications & Network Solutions (TCNS) business situated in Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. These acquired businesses further the range of IAP’s presence in aircraft repair, engineering information technology, and communication services to the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as other agencies being served by IAP. IAP Worldwide has a commitment to expand and to remain as efficient as possible while executing their proven abilities to expand their operations in the world theater of logistics support.

Doug Kitani is the CEO of IAP, and he has expressed satisfaction that his company will continue to remain efficient and to further their growth in the area of logistics around the world.

IAP began its operations in 1953 as Pan Am World Services, Inc. when the company started building and operating America’s first space launch complex base in Cape Canaveral, FL. Since its beginning on the sands of Florida, IAP has merged and acquired with similar businesses until it has arrived on the world stage as a major supplier to military campaigns and to disaster relief programs.

The United States of America has been a constant player on the world stage and must present armies and navies across the globe at a moment’s notice. The U.S. military relies on logistics experts like IAP to have materials, housing, engineering, repair and supplies available immediately. It is necessary for IAP to store and maintain these items and to have them shipped to wherever these supplies and equipment are needed. The inability to deliver needed items could result in the loss of military campaigns and the deaths of countless soldiers and sailors. As long as there are disasters and wars on the planet, there will be the urgent need for companies like IAP to come to the rescue. The efficiency of their operations is critical because, in this case, human lives do hang in the balance.

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