KBR Wins Fuel Handling Equipment Contract; Andrew Pringle Comments

KBR has won a contract to provide fuel-handling equipment for operations and in support of military exercises worldwide, the company announced Tuesday.

The contract with the U.K. Ministry of Defence is worth $35 million and includes an initial two-year period for supplying equipment and services.

“The award of this contract is key to the strategic development of our UK based support to the MOD,” said Andrew Pringle, KBR president of international government defense and support services.

Pringle added the ministry is one of the company’s key clients.

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