Noble Supply & Logistics received the honor of recognition as an "AbilityOne Program Outstanding Distributor" for fiscal year 2019 in a letter from the AbilityOne Commission's Executive Director, E. Ballard.
To our workers supporting customers at our Military storefronts:
We want to give special recognition to our retail storefront workers who support the U.S. Military at our base stores across the country and abroad. We are thankful for the work they do to issue the supplies our warfighters and civil engineers need to complete their mission. These men and women make us proud every day.
A five-month contract was awarded to Noble on March 30 by the USAF for a Contractor Operated Hardware Store (COHS), located at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan. Services support the 718th Civil Engineering Squadron and Military Family Housing (MFH) residents at the base.
Tom Noble, CEO of Noble Supply & Logistics, was interviewed by CNN reporters, Katelyn Polantz and Priscilla Alvarez, for a news article published on CNN's website March 26, 2020. The article, titled "Why even federal agencies are still scrambling for medical supplies," discusses current issues in medical supply procurement during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Noble's AbilityOne Industry Events facilitate networking opportunities with nonprofit companies that produce products under the AbilityOne Program. Each participating company is invited to present an overview of their production capabilities and demonstrate product samples to buyers, program managers, inside sales, customer service, and other government commerce professionals at Noble.
Noble achieved a top rating of "Exceptional" across four key areas of contract performance in a quarterly report (1 Oct 2019 through 31 Dec 2019) issued last week by Brandy Stroud, Contract Specialist with the 628th Contacting Squadron/PKA. Noble’s stores received the “Exceptional” rating for business relations, management of key personnel, schedule, and quality of service.
January 15, 2020: Noble, Rockland, Massachusetts, announced a $30,000,000 indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity, fixed-price contract award by Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center, Norfolk VA. Noble was chosen from five competitive solicitations submitted. Under this contract, Noble will operate two commercial retail stores at Naval Support Activity (NSA) Crane, Indiana. These Noble Storefronts will provide onsite bench stock, automated forecasting, demand planning, inventory management, supplier onboarding, and customer service to authorized purchasers within the Naval Facilities Command Public Works Department. Noble will also maintain a customized e-commerce website for customers on base.
Inc. magazine today announced its list of the 5000 fastest-growing private companies in the United States. Noble is No. 1787 on the annual Inc. 5000 list, the most distinguished ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The list represents an exclusive look at the most successful companies within the American economy's most influential segment—its independent small businesses. In 2018, Noble generated $368.6 million in revenue, with a growth rate of 228 percent over the previous three years. 2019 is Noble's second year on the Inc 5000 list.
Bloomberg Government just published its eighth annual report of the top 200 Federal Industry Leaders in 2019. Noble was ranked #145 and is one of 32 new entrants to the BGOV200. The report recognizes the top federal contractors based on fiscal 2018 data for contracts awarded by U.S. Government agencies and departments. These rankings are broken down into categories and contract obligations.