MARAD Contract to California Sealift Terminals

Friday, February 27, 2009

The Maritime Administration has awarded a contract to California Sealift Terminals, Inc, San Francisco, Calif., to provide layberth services for three Ready Reserve Force vessels--Cape Henry, Cape Horn, and Cape Hudson (Cape H’s).

The contract value is $1,978,470 with options that could range to $5,034,801.

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