ADS Inc. awarded contract to supply INI Power Systems One Man Portable Generators (1MPG) for USMC One Man Portable Battery Charger Requirement.

Virginia Beach, Virginia. Feb 3, 2015: ADS Inc. announced today that it has been awarded the contract to supply the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) with One Man Portable Generators (1MPGs) to support the Marine Corps One Man Portable Battery Charger Requirement Program of Record.

ADS will utilize INI Power's One Man Portable Generators featuring OMNIVORE™ Engine Technology (GSA Advantage: INI POWER) to meet 1MPG Single Fuel Forward requirements. INI’s One Man Portable Generators provide a real-time solution to bridge the power and energy capability gaps required to generate 1kW of electrical power using JP-8 fuel in support of GREENS and One-Man Portable Battery Chargers.

“INI’s family of spark based, internal combustion, aluminum engine solutions represent the most significant advancement in expeditionary energy in the past 40 years, and successfully bridge Operational Energy Capability Gaps associated with the costs, noise, weight, and maintenance burdens traditionally associated with diesel generators” said Jayson Southworth, ADS Business Development Manager, for Combat Support Equipment. The 1MPG award to Atlantic Diving Supply, Inc. (ADS) is a $24.7 Million five (5)-year Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) Firm Fixed Price Contract (FFP). The ID/IQ allows for the purchase of up to 3,000 production units.

For more information regarding this contract, please contact ADS.

About ADS, Inc.  ADS, Inc. is a leading solutions provider proudly serving all branches of the U.S. Military, federal, state, and local government organizations, law enforcement, first responders, foreign governments, and the defense industry. ADS is focused on solving our customer’s challenges through the largest product and service selection, the broadest array of procurement and contract options, world-class support and logistics solutions, and legendary customer service. We provide a single source solution that helps customers meet their mission requirements as cost-effectively as possible, reduce their cost of readiness, and enhance their acquisition strategy. ADS equipment and support solutions include C4ISR, Combat Support, Medical, Operational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE), Weapons, and Optics as well as Special Missions such as CWMD, EOD, First Responders, and Maritime. – Our Purpose. Your Mission.  About INI Power Systems, Inc.   INI is a U.S. Small Business that provides right-sized, lightweight, man portable, Flex Fuel Generators and hybrid energy solutions throughout the DOD. The company was founded in 2002, with Headquarters in Morrisville, NC and production facilities in Apex, NC. The increased capabilities of INI’s OMNIVORE™ Engine Technology converts commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS), gasoline only generator systems into flexible and versatile multi-fuel (MF) systems. ANY FUEL, in ANY AOR, in ANY COMBINATION, thereby allowing Warfighters to generate power from any military logistical fuel, in addition to any fuels available off of the local economy, including contaminated fuels typically found in remote AORs for a wide-ranging number of mission sets. WARFIGHTER FOCUSED. INNOVATIVE ENGINEERING. SUPERIOR EXECUTION.


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