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Yulista Subsidiary Receives $20 Million Project Assignment From U.S. Air Force
Yulista Now Holds 50 Percent Market Share of this Work, Nationwide
Storyknife, Mar./Apr. 2020 edition
Calista Corporation subsidiary Yulista Support Services has been competitively awarded a $20 million task order that expands its market share in calibrating and repairing test equipment at U.S. Air Force bases.
The new task order increases Yulista’s market share in running Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratories (PMELs) throughout the United States. With this strategic win, Yulista now manages 16 PMEL labs, or 50 percent of all PMEL facilities. Each site has a negotiated union contract.
“We are very proud of the accomplishments made in this business area over the past three years and look forward to continued program success as we support the Air Force warfighter,” said Josh Herren, president and chief executive officer of Yulista Holding LLC.
The task order results from an Air Force contract award in 2017 covering 32 PMEL labs nationwide. This federal contract was awarded to multiple companies, including Yulista, which competes with the other companies for task orders.
The new task order awarded to Yulista is for four labs:
- McConnell AFB in Kansas,
- Moody AFB in Georgia,
- Tyndall AFB in Florida, and
- Offutt AFB in Nebraska.
“We are very proud of the accomplishments made in this business area over the past three years and look forward to continued program success as we support the Air Force warfighter.” – Josh Herren, Yulista Holding President/CEO
Yulista Support Services currently has employees in 20 states. Its capabilities include aircraft maintenance and modification, shipboard operations/maintenance, critical communication equipment installation, and calibration and repair of Air Force equipment.