Prime Vendor for Food Supply
Iraq, Kuwait, Jordan ($2.16 – $6.47 Billion) – ANHAM is currently contracted as the Prime Vendor for food and personal support products for all military and non-military U.S. Department of Defense personnel in Iraq, Kuwait and Jordan.
As the Prime Vendor, ANHAM is responsible for accomplishing a logistical task of mammoth proportions. ANHAM is the full-line food vendor for all perishable and semi-perishable food items, all chilled and frozen meat, poultry, produce and dairy products, all fresh and frozen bakery products, all fresh fruits and vegetables, all beverages and juices, and all non-food personal support items for all military and other U.S. funded personnel throughout Iraq, Kuwait and Jordan. To accomplish this mission, ANHAM operates a vast supply network including sources both local and international.
Under the contract, ANHAM will continue to satisfy an indefinite quantity of orders not only on time and on budget, but under the most extraordinary operating circumstances – whatever they may be. All transportation of containers into and out of Iraq will occur under the supervision of a U.S. Army convoy. The system relies on ANHAM’s well-proven warehouse facilities and distribution network. Its duties will be universal – from customer service to the execution of airlifts required to meet demand that cannot be met on time by traditional means.
Taji National Depot
Iraq ($350 Million) – ANHAM was contracted with the Iraq Joint Forces (IJF) and the Iraqi Ministry of Defense (IMOD) to establish a national logistics depot in Taji, Iraq. ANHAM was responsible for the creation of the Taji National Depot (TND), composed of separate Wheeled and Track Vehicle Maintenance facilities. The capabilities of TND included, but were not limited to, the supply, distribution, demilitarization, disposal, maintenance, and repair of Iraqi tracked and wheeled vehicles, small arms, ground-support equipment, and the training and testing necessary to maintain consistent warehousing practices. Initially, ANHAM provided only depot capabilities to TND, but eventually expanded its services to the provision of maintenance training for Iraqi military personnel.
As part of this work, ANHAM set up the Taji Vocational Institute (TVI) and trained more than 700 Iraqi Army junior enlisted and warrant officer personnel between 2008 and 2011. Personnel are trained on the purchase, placement, acceptance testing, commissioning, operation, training operation and sustainment of equipment as well as the development and execution of depot processes. At contract completion, ANHAM transferred all duties to the Iraqi Joint Forces, including warehousing and necessary training programs and supplies.
CENTCOM Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC)
Middle East Region (Up to $3.8 Billion) – ANHAM is engaged by the US Army Corps of Engineers to execute design-build and construction project throughout the 20 countries in the US Army Central Command (CENTCOM) region covering the Middle East and Central. The program covers an array of construction projects with Task Orders anticipated to range from $20 million to $100 million each. Projects will include, but are not limited to: Dining Facilities, Equipment/Vehicle Maintenance Facilities, Operations Facilities, Command and Control Facilities, Communication Centers, Training Facilities, Cargo Handling Areas, Road Construction, and Water Treatment Facilities.
Supply Chain Management (SCM)
Iraq ($300 Million) – ANHAM was awarded the Strategic Supply Chain Management and Distribution System Contract to operate and maintain the Wholesale Distribution Center Warehouse and staging facilities at Abu Ghraib and Umm Qasr. At over 1.5 million square feet, these warehouses are the two largest facilities of their kind in Iraq operated by the US Government. Additionally, ANHAM provides transport of material to locations throughout Iraq, operating 10-15 convoys per day and performs loading/unloading operations for an estimated 400 to 500 trucks daily. Life Support requirements include feeding, lodging, and amenities for approximately 800 individuals.
Iraq ($258 Million) – ANHAM supplies military equipment, including vehicle rolling stock, armor, night-vision equipment, fire control, VHF/UHF communication and spare parts for all supported equipment. Deliveries to three sites were supported; Al Kirkush, Taji, and Al Numiniyah. The contract included the supply of parts and operations manuals, and training sessions in product usage. This operation required extensive knowledge of local customs and logistical planning skills.
Afghan National Security Forces Facility Operations and Maintenance
Afghanistan ($228 Million) – Under this country-wide facilities O&M program, ANHAM provides critical facilities support to the ANSF at both primary and remote Afghan National Army (ANA) and Afghan National Police (ANP) sites. ANHAM is responsible for delivering a wide array of services, such as operations and maintenance, repair, and minor construction for buildings, structures, utility systems, HVAC systems, grounds and yard areas, force protection facilities and other infrastructure.
The services under this project are being delivered at several hundred facilities and installations located in both the Northern and Southern sectors of Afghanistan, including large ANA military bases, remote Forward Operating Bases, ANP police stations, border check points, the Ministry of the Interior and other Ministry of Defense facilities and compounds.
Afghanistan Technical Equipment Maintenance Program (A-TEMP)
Afghanistan ($182 Million) – ANHAM is implementing this 5-year program which involves vehicle fleet and equipment maintenance operations and training of Afghan National Army (ANA) personnel. The A-TEMP program covers an existing and planned ANA fleet of over 26,000 vehicles.
Under this country-wide ANA maintenance program, ANHAM manages scheduled and unscheduled maintenance as well as advisory support services. Advisory Mentor Teams have been deployed at sites around the country to advise and train ANA personnel. Equipment Maintenance Site teams have been positioned to perform vehicle and equipment maintenance management. A key objective of A-TEMP is to transition organizational and other levels of maintenance capacity to the ANA to ensure sustained mission support.
Host Nation Trucking (HNT)
Afghanistan ($180 Million) - ANHAM provides dry cargo transportation and freight forwarding services on an IDIQ basis to the U.S. military serving Forward Operating Bases throughout the country. Operating a dedicated fleet of 260 heavy duty trucks, ANHAM transports military cargo from Bagram Air Base and other locations. Numerous transportation missions are carried out on a continuous basis ranging from 2 to 20 days per mission, depending on origin and destination pairs. A sophisticated In-Transit Visibility system enables ANHAM to eliminate theft and protect cargo and personnel. ANHAM was recently recognized by the Commander of the Host Nation Trucking Mission for both rapid mobilization and a 100% mission success rate over the course of the first 155 missions.
Iraq ($151 Million) - This contract was to provide vehicle maintenance at (4) initial sites in Iraq which resulted from ANHAM's highly successful performance on two prior emergency maintenance contracts, where we stepped in to reorganize a deteriorating situation. ANHAM emerged as the only capable provider of vehicle maintenance services. Within two weeks of our mobilization, the project surged to 10 sites. ANHAM was able to meet the demand surge and exceed performance expectations. Part of the contract entailed developing a vehicle parts tracking and request system that is was used by both the Iraqi Police and Iraqi Military. In addition to maintenance, the contract included training all master mechanics on the specific rolling-stock involved, and providing sustainment for an over 2,000-strong Iraqi employee base.
Iraq ($121 Million) - This contract was to build a security infrastructure to protect the oil industry throughout Iraq. Initially, the goal was to provide the security architecture and then slowly transfer that responsibility to Iraqi control. The end state is a well-trained guard force and mature security infrastructure capable of protecting the multi-billion dollar oil infrastructure. ANHAM’s contract included conducting comprehensive security and protection training, which included deployment of highly qualified training teams to instruct and prepare security and guard personnel for professional security officer roles.
Romania ($110 Million) - ANHAM supplied Autocamioane Roman vehicles to the US Department of Defense. Additionally, ANHAM created the credit facilities to finance the project, and worked with Autocamioane Roman to establish production and delivery schedules. We used our efficient logistical system to ship the vehicles from their factory in Romania to various destinations using transport both over land and by sea.
Fully Armored Vehicle (FAV) Leasing
Afghanistan ($90 Million) – ANHAM provides leasing and maintenance services for SUVs and light duty trucks to ensure the secure transportation of US Government personnel and Coalition forces in Afghanistan. ANHAM finances, procures, delivers and provides a full array of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance services, including engine repair, body repair, and emergency recovery services in extreme conditions throughout the Kabul region. ANHAM maintains specialized vehicle maintenance facilities in Kabul, which are equipped with state of the art automotive diagnostic systems and equipment. Management, administrative, procurement and maintenance services to support the vehicle fleet are provided from these facilities.
Iraq ($50 Million) - ANHAM provided 7 million internationally-recognized passports with specifications, descriptions and sizes and measures, in accordance with request forms prepared by the Ministry of the Interior. ANHAM also provided the equipment, components, operating systems, communication network, and the necessary programs to expand the Passports-Issuing System. This included installation, operation, training and technical support across Iraq and at 20 embassies outside Iraq.
Bagram Line Haul BPA
Afghanistan ($45+ Million) – ANHAM supplies the US Government with trucking services throughout Afghanistan. To promote local socio-economic development, ANHAM, through Afghan First Trucking and Logistics Company, provides local truck and driver resources for the contract. Fully-equipped Maintenance Shops and Mobile Support Teams, staffed by qualified local personnel, provide daily, around-the-clock service for vehicle movements. ANHAM also provides comprehensive life support services to our employees working on the Line Haul contract. ANHAM performed its first mission within 60 days of contract award, and has been formally recognized by the U.S. Government for our successful completion of 100% of assigned missions.
National Criminal Investigative System (NCIS)
Iraq ($16 Million) – ANHAM provided a turnkey, multi-lingual, web-based system for Intelligence Management. This system was used by the National Security Service to facilitate their crime fighting efforts. In addition to system deployment, ANHAM provided training to Iraqi officers on computer and intelligence technology skills, familiarization with security legislation, and standard investigative policies and procedures.
Fiber Optic Cable Project
Libya ($12+ Million) – ANHAM (under its local entity, Nour Libya) constructed civil works and performed fiber optic cable installation activities on a turnkey basis in the Northwestern region of Libya. This work was a part of the Libyan government’s plans for the installation of a major optical fiber backbone and access infrastructure throughout the country. The work was done in collaboration with the support of the Libyan Post Telecommunications and Information Technology Company (LPTIC). The contract called for the installation of over 1,100 kilometers of Fiber Optic cable across Libya. The project scope required trenching, junctioning, backfill, and testing (mandrill and pressure) operations.
Afghanistan Technical and Vocational Institute (ATVI)
Afghanistan ($10 Million) – The Afghanistan Technical and Vocational Institute (ATVI) is a coeducational vocational school in Kabul, Afghanistan that provides a comprehensive educational experience for Afghan students. ATVI is a non-profit organization owned by the Afghan Education Fund (AEF). In collaboration with Knowlogy International, ANHAM provided an initial $2,000,000 requirement and subsequently secured $9,278,663 total to build and start the school;. ATVI prepares its graduates for roles in key sectors of: agriculture/horticulture, construction, Information and Communications Technology (ICT), vehicle maintenance, and business administration.
ATVI began operations in April 2007 and has since become entirely managed by Afghan citizens. ATVI strives to educate students not just from Kabul and the other major Afghan cities but also from rural provinces in all areas of the country. In addition, special efforts are made to recruit female applicants, specifically for ICT, construction, business management and agriculture/horticulture.
ATVI’s enrollment has continued to increase with over 2,000 students attending classes in the main campus in Kabul and 1,100 at the the new satellite campus called ATVI East, located in Laghman. In addition, the number of female students has grown from 11% in 2007 to over 33% in 2010. In 2011, this number is almost 40%.
ATVI is unparalleled in scope and purpose because there are currently no other modern, fully-equipped and staffed schools in Afghanistan offering formal technical training at the post-secondary level. The ATVI facility consists of 30 large classrooms, one library, administrative offices, and seven workshops. The goal of ATVI is eventually to become self-sustaining, supported financially by the labor of skilled ATVI students who have been out-placed to the companies that need them.
Darunta Dam Project
Afghanistan ($10 Million) – ANHAM is contracted by USAID to perform the rehabilitation of the Darunta Hydroelectric Power Plant in Jalalabad, Nangarhar Province. To help perform the work and increase local economic impact, ANHAM has called upon local Afghan subcontractors, Afghanistan International Power (AIP) and Afghan Fleet and Group Services (AFGS) to support the efforts. ANHAM is refurbishing three Kaplan turbines to restore and improve upon the original design generating capacity of 11.5 megawatts. The project also entails the delivery of general safety, operations and maintenance training so that at the conclusion of the contract, the Afghan workers will have the necessary skills to take over and maintain power generation. Upon completion of renovations, ANHAM will ensure a fully-functioning, well qualified managerial and technical staff, trained in all aspects of the rehabilitated plant equipment.
Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) IV
Afghanistan ($5 Million) - ANHAM provides procurement, equipment, delivery, operations and maintenance services for a wide variety of Material Handling Equipment (MHEs), such as cranes, dozers, forklifts, heavy duty trucks and other equipment items for both of the two Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) IV Prime Contractors in Afghanistan. Work is being performed at numerous Forward Operating Bases in both North and South Afghanistan. ANHAM has deployed master mechanics, a highly trained cadre of Afghan mechanics, and MHE operators to support these operations.
ANA Mechanics Training
Afghanistan ($4 Million) – ANHAM was awarded a US government contract with the Afghanistan National Army (ANA) to provide vehicle maintenance training and services to ANA personnel. The objective of the ANA Training Contract is to facilitate the training of all skills necessary to ensure that ANA personnel meet and exceed generally accepted commercial repair and maintenance standards. ANHAM provides all supplies, tools, and training aids necessary to train personnel on the maintenance of wheeled vehicles, including but not limited to, troubleshooting, fuel systems, electrical systems, and power train maintenance. Training is held at (5) locations throughout Afghanistan, in conjunction with two mobile training teams to support changing training locations and environments.
Warehouse Shelving Project
Iraq ($2 Million) – As an adjunct to the Taji National Depot Project above, ANHAM provided the Iraqi Joint Forces with all the resources, personnel, equipment, and management necessary to procure, completely assemble, and install shelving in warehouses at Camp Taji, Iraq. Prior to project commencement, ANHAM provided all technical manuals and instructions for the shelving. ANHAM provided and installed shelving outfitted to accommodate both single and double size warehousing facilities. Throughout the period of performance, ANHAM provided life support services for all installation employees, including food, water, fuel, and housing.
Ministry of Interior Warehousing Contract
Iraq ($2 Million) – ANHAM was awarded this contract by the U.S. Government to support the Iraqi Ministry of Interior in the operation of the Baghdad Police College (BPC) warehouse. The scope of the contract included not only the application of ANHAM’s supply chain resources in support of BPC warehouse operations, but also for the development of training curriculum to enable Iraqi police logistics personnel to sustain operations upon completion of the contract term. ANHAM also provided ‘a la carte´’ maintenance support to the Iraqi Police fleet, on an as needed basis.
Algeria ($200,000+) – ANHAM was awarded a program to supply and install key security infrastructure for the Ministry of Finance (MOF). This program was a component of broader efforts of the MOF to increase the security of their building and compounds.