On March 23rd, Team Noble shipped two full pallets of military, rescue, and medical equipment to support the humanitarian effort in Ukraine. Bill Strang, founder of TSSi, now a Noble company, organized the donation of available military, medical, and rescue equipment located at Noble's TSSI Operations Center in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
The equipment, valued at more than $22,000, included TSSi-designed TACOPS™ brand medical bags, medical supplies, other equipment bags and packs, and additional products from an inventory of 100,000 items Noble stocks in Harrisonburg.
A team of TSSi employees, including Mark Good, Jon Miller, Brian Becker, and Tom Little, identified, organized, and packed the donation. The items included duffel bags, military backpacks, medical bags and packs, assorted medical supplies (including bandages, tape, chest seals, airways, and hypothermia blankets), protective eyewear, and military uniforms. The donation also included technical solution systems for patient extraction, vehicle extraction, airbag rescue, and collapsible litter.
Shipment of the donated goods was coordinated through Noble’s network of logistics providers and arrived in Ukraine on March 30th. It was subsequently transported to the Luhansk region for distribution and use.
Noble Supply & Logistics and its subsidiaries, TSSi and Federal Resources, are global providers of supply chain management, logistics, mission support, and technology/e-commerce solutions for the U.S. military, federal, state, and local governments. The company's corporate footprint includes operation centers, distribution centers, and consolidation points positioned to expedite delivery and enhance product availability.
In addition to distributing 13,000 manufacturer brands, Noble offers specialized technical equipment and training services for customers with Aerospace, C5ISR, CBRNe, EOD, Expeditionary, Fire & Emergency Services, Medical/Fitness, MRO, and Tactical requirements. Noble reduces the cost of readiness while maintaining the ability to respond to today's challenges rapidly.