Implementing Total Quality Logistics to meet the vast, complex, and constantly evolving world of logistics and support services.

Logistic Support Services

ILSS draws upon a unique blend of entrepreneurial and traditional logistics management perspectives, disciplines, and resources that enable us to successfully accomplish logistic and warehousing objectives.

Warehousing Capability

ILSS has extensive warehousing experience, including leasing a warehouse in London, Ohio, and performing renovations on the 55,100 sq. ft. warehouse for a rapid start up in support of the Joint Testing Operations Center (JTOC) program.

ILSS has access to warehouse space in Dothan and Montgomery, Alabama. B to B plus and C space.

  • Dothan - 600,000 sq. ft in use and 400,000 sq. ft available.
  • Montgomery - 4 million sq. ft, with 2 million sq. ft available.
  • Cold storage - 70,000 sq ft. of frozen and 20,000 sq ft. of cooler space.
  • Trucking: 5 power units and 25 dry vans at Montgomery

CBRN-D Services

ILSS provides critical logistics support for the serviceability and readiness of assigned clothing, equipment, and systems maintained at wholesale, retail and consumer stock levels.Our expeirence includes logistics support and planning in a warehouse environment specific to test item control of protective equipment. ILSS provides the following services:

  • Inventory Management
  • Shelf Life Management
  • Maintenance
  • Maintenance Planning
  • Storage
  • Training

Packaging, Handling, Storage, and Transportation

PHS&T includes resources and procedures to ensure equipment and support items are preserved, packaged, packed, marked, handled, transported, and stored properly for short- and long-term requirements. PHS&T planning includes:

  • System constraints (such as design specifications, item configuration, and safety precautions for hazardous material).
  • Special security requirements.
  • Import/Export restrictions.
  • Special handling equipment and procedures. Impact on spare or repair parts storage requirements.
  • Emerging PHS&T technologies, methods, or procedures and resource intensive PHS&T procedures.
  • Environmental impacts and constraints.
  • Military Aircraft Transportation Control Number (TCN) usage.

Supply Support

  • Receive support items and test consumables.
  • Assist in preparing for test, and physical control of test items
  • Receive, and catalog CBRN-D items.
  • Store and warehouse items.
  • Ship CBRN-D items to multiple surveillance locales.
  • Provide Defense Accountability, Reutilization and Disposal (DARD)
  • Maintain accurate accountability for all designated excess/unserviceable CBRN-D equipment.
  • Provide efficient and cost effective collection, assessment, and reutilization of serviceable CBRN-D clothing and textiles.
  • Ensure proper demilitarization of unserviceable CBRN-D equipment. Acquire, distribute, and replenish inventory.

Maintenance Planning

  • Defined CBRN-D support necessary to ensure the Joint Equipment Assessment Program (JEAP) equipment attains the specified system readiness objectives within minimum Life Cycle Cost (LCC).
  • Defined Equipment Storage locales for CBRN-D Individual Protective Equipment Shelf Life Management to determine shelf life in different climates.
  • Plan on-site Cyclic Assessments of Wholesale and Retail assets to determine readiness of the assets.
  • Required on-site assessments teams at numerous CONUS and OCONUS locations.
  • Support the surveillance, assessment, and reuse of Chemical and Biological Defense (CBD) equipment.
  • Defined actions and support required for fielding and set-aside testing the CBRN-D equipment.
  • Address CBRN-D warranty considerations.
  • Coordinate lot packing and shipping to manufacturers.