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Incredible Supply & Logistics (ISL) Awarded Five-Year United States Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Contract to Provide Hand Tools, Power Tools and Tool Solutions

Jul 10, 2024

Virginia Beach VA – July 10, 2024, Incredible Supply & Logistics (ISL), an award-winning product distribution, mission kitting, and third-party logistics (3PL) company, announced today it has been awarded a five-year contract to supply the United States Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) with hand tools, power tools, and tool solutions.  The multi-year contract provides NAVSEA with a cost-effective streamlined procurement mechanism and secure shipping services for tools in support of NAVSEA’s mission to design, build, deliver and maintain ships, submarines and systems reliably, on-time and on-budget for the United States Navy.

“The U.S. Navy NAVSEA award is further acknowledgment of ISL’s experience, expertise, and an unmatched selection of professional hand, power, and tool storage brands serving the unique needs of the United States Navy,” said Chris Faison, Founder, and CEO of ISL. “We are honored to support the proud men and women across NAVSEA, providing cost-effective tool solutions that enable NAVSEA to design, build, deliver and maintain U.S. ships and submarines helping to expand the U.S. Navy’s maritime advantage over our adversaries.”

About Incredible Supply & Logistics (ISL) 

ISL is an award-winning U.S. small business with product distribution solutions and services across industrial, parts, tactical, workwear & IT supply serving the Federal, Defense, Maritime & Space communities.  The ISL team specializes in supporting government customers and defense contractors with custom supply chain and sustainment solutions, complete Bill of Material (BOM) sourcing, supply consolidation, kitting services, and customized third-party logistics (3PL). To learn about ISL, visit


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Chris Richards

Incredible Supply & Logistics (ISL)

(855) 955-8077


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