ALEXANDRIA, Va., May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Tech Systems, Inc. was recently awarded the prestigious contract for the Fittings and Alterations of Military Uniforms for all recruits and military personnel at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD), Parris Island, SC. The Company was awarded the contract following a competitive procurement process that included a number of other competitor businesses, including the incumbent contractor who performed these services aboard Parris Island since 1924.
In August of 2006, Tech Systems, Inc. began its partnership with the United States Marine Corps (USMC) when they were awarded a contract with the USMC's Weapons and Field Training Battalion (WFTBn) and in 2008 another contract with the USMC's School of Infantry (SOI), both at MCRD Camp Pendleton, CA. In February of 2010, Brigadier General Ronald Bailey, USMC, stated that Tech Systems, Inc. "facilitated the improvement of over 11,722 pieces of gear which saved the Battalion 1.4 million dollars in fabric repair costs. [Tech Systems, Inc.] efforts enabled the Recruits of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego to continue their rigorous field training without delay, and significantly contributed to our mission of making Marines."
Nancy Blethen, the Company's President and CEO, commented: "We look forward to working in partnership with the Marine Corps at Parris Island. It makes us very proud to know that our contract at Parris Island will be saving the Marine Corps several hundred thousand dollars a year." Anne-Parrette-Rohall, Vice President and General Counsel added: "Tech Systems, Inc. is proud to strengthen and expand its existing partnership with the United States Marine Corps. We value the opportunity to bring the Parris Island Tailor Shop operation the same dedication to the Corp's mission that we currently provide at our two contract sites at MCRD Camp Pendleton. We stand ready to serve the Marine Corps in its critical mission of "Making Marines" at Parris Island, SC."
SOURCE Tech Systems, Inc.