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Sustainment Solutions Inc. Joins AUCC

11 July 2013
Sustainment Solutions Inc. Joins AUCC

Sustainment Solutions Inc. (SSI) is a self-certified Veteran Owned Small Business engineering service provider specializing in maintenance, training, service, and installation of security equipment worldwide. Established in 2009, SSI leads the industry in quality, price and convenience - optimizing business processes while maintaining honor, integrity, and ethics. SSI relentlessly pursues solutions to problems with the constant application of state-of-the-art products and services.


SSI hires local and national veterans that have mechanical, electrical, and engineering backgrounds to work on security infrastructure around borders, government building, and private enterprises. SSI headquarters are in Garrard County, Kentucky where their team runs day to day operations of business development and management of 70+ SSI contractors around the world. Currently, the Middle East is where most of SSI contractors are; however, moving forward the company is expanding to Central Asia. With American know-how, their team and contractors build relations with locals of a given foreign country - leading to an atmosphere of shared engineering knowledge and economic development for both parties.


SSI goal for Uzbekistan is to build and maintain security infrastructure while utilizing Uzbekistan's labor force on key trading routes. SSI offers superior technology and unmatched service that has led Tashkent to trust in their business and move forward with development for these projects. With Uzbekistan, SSI will continue implementing their "90/10, 10/90" business model: when SSI enters a country, 90% of SSI employees are American, and 10% are local workers; by year three of the project, SSI employs 90% local and 10% American employees. SSI believes that Uzbekistan will offer a great workforce that will transition into a well-rounded partnership with SSI.