A Franklin company was one of three businesses that won a Defense Logistics Agency contract recently to supply the U.S. Army with freight containers.
NexGen Composites, Sea Box and W&K Containers won contracts worth potentially $744.9M from the agency to supply the U.S. Army with intermodal and Quadcon freight containers.
NexGen, 120 Graham Drive, will compete for up to $253.6M of that contract, the Department of Defense said.
Work will take place at locations in New Jersey, Texas, California, South Carolina and Ohio through Oct. 29, 2024.
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