Logistics can be an incredibly complicated and challenging field. It requires you to predict countless factors and to recover when something comes out of left field. For tasks of this caliber a trusted name is need. IAP Worldwide is just right firm to handle the frustrations of logistics. Located in 25 countries, its 2000 employees have handled some of the most difficult logistics and technical issues in the world. IAP has handled natural disasters and battlefields over the course of years without failure. They provide their services domestically and abroad with some of the best minds in the business.
Founded in 1960 in Cape Canaveral, Florida, IAP began as Pan Am World Services. IAP Worldwide tested over 2,500 launches including innovative breakthroughs like air breathing missiles and the manned shuttle program. This excellence in service continued over the course of 60 years. IAP has provided airport master planning, construction management, and even engineering services for its clients. Currently headed by Douglas Kitani, the company continues to advance forward in logistics.
The work of IAP can be seen in its many recent examples of logistics service. In 2005 IAP completed Afghanistan’s Air Traffic Control System giving non-radar flight information to the country. The flight information services are handled by Kabul Air Control Center, a firm created by IAP to handle the tasks of maintaining the system after the firm leaves. Intending to expand the scope of the business, last year IAP purchased 2 business units from DRS Technology Inc. There purchased companies were then used by IAP to improve its engineering services.
In addition to offering logistics, IAP also offers engineering services to its clients as well. Among its 2500 employees are civil and aeronautical engineers who design the world’s finest flight systems and can easily handle the design issues that often come up when building infrastructure. This engineering talent is needed for that amazing feats IAP pulls off. IAP runs military installations the size of small cities and remote research laboratories producing groundbreaking discoveries. Only with the most advanced technical skills at their hands can IAP manage to pull this off as successfully as it always seems to.