Jacksonville USPS Distribution Center to Replace Mail Handling System

Contractors may begin submitting technical proposals

Jacksonville, Florida, Jan. 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — At the end of a busy holiday season, The US Postal Service Jacksonville Distribution Center is looking to replace some old hydraulic equipment for their bulk mail handling operations. The agency issued a solicitation today to procure services from an 8(a) contractor. Eligible entities must submit all required materials by February 5, 2018.

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The Postal Service is looking to replace sixteen integrated mail handling systems at their Jacksonville National Distribution Center loading docks. The contractor who wins the bid is responsible for supply and installation of the machines. If sub-contracting any part of this job, standard postal service forms must be completed. All forms to submit the technical proposal are available on the agency’s website.

For more information about the opportunity businesses may contact contracting officers Whitney Lee at whitney.lee@usps.gov or Dan Schonthaler at dan.g.schonthaler@usps.gov. The complete solicitation can be found on the federal business opportunities’ website, FBO.gov.

The postal service will award a contract to the offeror who submits the best value bid that meets all requirements. However, in addition to the price, non-pricing factors such as past performance, capability and 8(a) certification will also be considered. Companies must also be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM).

US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR), the world’s largest third-party government registration firm, assists companies who would like to submit bids to the government. USFCR’s expert case managers register companies on their behalf in the SAM.  USFCR also offers a unique Simplified Acquisition Program which will set-up a business with a government-formatted website, contract support and bid training from experienced acquisition specialists.

If you would like more information please contact David Rockwell at (877) 252-2700 ext.750 or by email at drockwell@usfcrgov.com.

USPS Material Handling Engineering (MHE), has been tasked with replacing the existing Integrated Mail Handling System (IMHS) Hydraulic Container Unloaders (HCU) in Jacksonville (JAX) National Distribution Center (NDC). These unloaders are located in front of the docks. Trucks are parked at the docks and the mail from various containers is unloaded. The unloader style used in the original design was such as to match the pivoting point of an unloader with the height of the unloading conveyor. Postal Service is looking to replace 16 unloaders.

 

5 thoughts on “Jacksonville USPS Distribution Center to Replace Mail Handling System

  1. oh please…..bath house barry and the mooch played golf and traveled all over the world on Air Force 1 that costs 35,000 dollars an hour to operate with JP-4 jet fuel, pilots, secret service, flightservice staff etc. the mooch had her mother live in the white house for 8 years on the taxpayers dime……mooch even took the kids, grandma, and 15 freinds on a trip to Communist Red China that cost us $86 million in taxpayer money for one trip. bath house barry should have just stayed at Mans Country Gay Bathhouse in Chicago and just played through the glory hole!

  2. You right people that cry about waste don’t say a word about how much has been spent on President Dump’s weekend trips to Fl., or the 300,000 that was spent on Secret Service cost’s when the President’s children went to Whistler, B.C. for a ski trip. The President is so wise in making America great again, while burning through tax dollars. How much has been spent on the endless wars, how much will be wasted on the wars in the future?

  3. so true! it is all about cash flow and float. insurance companies take in your cash, hold it until they have to pay out a claim, that money sitting around gaining interest and investment is called float. problem is the post office is not an insurance company and its float is now becoming debt. not good for a service business. not good for the post office and not good for the dumb people who run it.

  4. try and follow along…..they brought in 69 Billion in revenue but they spent 76 Billion. it is called deficit spending operation. you can do this for quite some time, the problem is the spread will keep growing wider (decline in letter mail, and competition from package delivery, remember at one time they had 100% of express mail-now only 5%) 7 Billion spread is one thing…….when it becomes 30. 40, 50 Billion, then look out below. about 10 years should cook this postal goose! mismanagement is also adding to the problem of decline by cutting workers, which destroys service, which turns customers off, which causes an additional drop in revenue. as President Trump said….they are dumb!

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