NSPA successfully completed the acquisition project in support of our Host Nation Luxembourg to acquire temporary housing to welcome refugees to the Grand Duchy. The contract covers the manufacture, supply and assembly of containers for living accommodation and utilities in several sites in Luxembourg. Each site has the capacity to accommodate 150-300 people. The first refugee housing structure in the town of Diekirch was completed in June 2017.
The NATO Airlift Management Programme recently hosted a visit by the NSPA General Manager, Mr. Peter Dohmen. During his visit to Papa, Hungary, Mr. Dohmen met with the new Heavy Airlift Wing Commander, Colonel Gohn-Hellum and toured the recently completed hangar complex along with Programme Manager, Mr. Wiek Noldus. The NAM staff also provided Mr. Dohmen with updates on all areas of operations.
The NATO Support and Procurement Agency Fuel Team supporting Kosovo Forces (KFOR) was called into action in June to support an exercise at Rajlovac Helicopter Base in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The exercise required aircraft fuel support to several aircraft including three different helicopters, Ospreys, Black Hawks, and Chinooks, fuel distribution to generators, communications equipment and fuel retail operations for host nation special police vehicles. Within two weeks the team organized the required clearances, visas, and then mobilized and traveled through Albania, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina with a convoy made up of uploaded military fuel trucks and fuel tankers.
NSPA hosts final coordination conference for major NATO exercise
14 July 2017
NSPA recently welcomed more than 120 participants from across NATO to the Final Coordination Conference for Exercise Trident Javelin 2017. Conference participants from NATO Allied Command Transformation, Allied Command Operations, host nations and sending nations met to discuss operational, intelligence, communications and logistics issues in preparation for the exercise which will be held in November.
NSPA General Manager, Mr. Peter Dohmen, signed a contract today with ATITECH’s Managing Director Mr. Pietro Pascale to provide logistics support to an Italian Air Force fleet of three corporate jets via an Integrated Logistic Support contract.