WASHINGTON (April 18, 2014) – The Personal Property directorate at Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command manages the Department of Defense’s Privately Owned Vehicle shipping program and wants service members to know there are several changes in the program, starting May 1.
Changes occurring with the Global Privately Owned Vehicle, or POV, contract include a new contractor managing daily vehicle processing at vehicle processing centers worldwide; new VPC addresses for vehicle drop offs and pickups, a new website at www.pcsmypov.com, for service members to request and track their POV shipments, and eight VPCs closing in both the continental United States and overseas.
Starting May 1, International Auto Logistics will assume the contract from American Auto Logistics to manage the daily activities associated with the GPOV contract for processing service member’s vehicles worldwide.
“Our goal is for a seamless transition between providers, and we are engaged in daily meetings with International Auto Logistics to ensure as smooth a transition as possible,” said Navy Capt. Aaron Stanley, director of the Personal Property directorate for SDDC. “Likewise, we don’t foresee the need for any major changes in the process used to ship/store privately owned vehicles.”
With the exception of eight cities (domestic and overseas) that will close their VPC locations, many others will remain in the same city, but provide services at a different location and street address. Others, primarily overseas, will continue to operate at the same address and location, simply under new management.
The following are new U.S. VPC addresses for IAL vehicle processing centers starting May 1:
– Atlanta: 3025 Sylvian Road, Atlanta, GA. 30354
– Baltimore: 17079 Midway Road, Odenton, MD 21113
– Charleston, S.C.: 3601 N. Meeting St., North Charleston, SC 29405
– Dallas: 957 Heinz Way, Grand Prairie, TX 75051
– Los Angeles: 14611 S. Broadway St, Gardena, CA 90248
– Norfolk, Va.: 1215 Executive Blvd, Chesapeake, VA 23320
– Seattle: 840 Industry Way, North Algona, WA 98001
– St. Louis: 13918 St. Charles Rock Rd, Bridgeton, MO 63044
– San Diego: 11433 Woodside Ave, Santee, CA 92071
The following are new overseas VPC addresses for receiving vehicles starting May 1:
– Anchorage, Alaska: 300 LaTouche Street, Anchorage, AK 99501
– Fairbanks, Alaska: 5250 Airport Industrial Road, Fairbanks, AK 99709
– Bahrain: Al Musaskar 940, East Riffa Industrial Area, Bahrain
– Brandon, UK: Field Road, Mildenhall, Suffolk IP28 7AL, UK
– Aviano, Italy: Via dei Longobardi 49, 33080, San Quirino PN
– San Juan, Puerto Rico: 45 Calle 1 Parque Indust., San Miguel, San Juan, PR 00936
– Rota, Spain: Calle Dr. Pariente, 11500 El Puerto de Santa Maria, (Cadiz) Spain
– Incirlik, Turkey: Yenimahalle 33 Sokak No. 31 TR-01340 Incirlik, Turkey
– Izmir, Turkey: Doganlar Mah. 1417 Sokak TR-35040 Bornova, Izmir, Turkey
The following overseas VPCs will be vacated by AAL, April 30l, and then closed for all but emergency drops-offs with IAL, May 1-2. The facility will be open May 5, for all vehicles. To aid in the transition, SDDC urges customers to reduce traffic and provide the additional time needed for the contractors to transition responsibilities:
– Chievres, Belgium: Chievres Air Base, Bldg 46, Belgium 7950
– Shinnen, Netherlands: 254th BSB Shinnen, Borgerweb 10, Bldg 27 RM 102, 6365 CW Schinnen
– Baumholder, Germany: Gebaeude 8716, Raum 1-3 Smith Barracks AM Bahnof/Building 8716 55774 Baumholder, Germany
– Boeblingen, Germany: Panzer Kaserne Bldg. 2931 71032 Boeblingen, Germany
– Grafenwoehr, Germany: U.S. Grafenwoehr Base, 322 Shiloh Avenue, 92655 Grafenwoehr, Germany
– Kaiserslautern, Germany: Kapaun Air Station Bldg. 2806 67661 Kaiserslautern, Germany
– Schweinfurt, Germany: Conn Barracks Custer St., Bldg. 35 97421 Schweinfurt, Germany
– Spangdahlem, Germany: Spangdahlem Air Base Bldg. 222, 54529 Spangdahlem, Germany
– Wiesbaden, Germany: Mainz Kastel Housing Area Bldg. Wiesbadener Str. 78, 55252 Mainz Kastel, Germany
– Livorno, Italy: Leghorn Army Depot, Gate 27 Bldg. 5138 Depot Via Aurelia Tombolo Pisa, 56128 Livorno, Italy (pending contract mod)
– Naples, Italy: Naval Support Activity Bldg. 2081, Contrada Boscariello 81030, Gricignano di Aversa (CE), Naples, Italy
– Sigonella, Italy: Basee Navale USA/NAS II Strada Statale 417, Catania-Gela 95030 Piano d’Arci/Sigonella (CT)
– Vicenza, Italy: Via Strada Della Pelose, Bldg. 928 Entrance 8, Torri Di Quartesolo, 36040 Vicenza, Italy
– Guam: COMNAVMAR Naval Base Building 3179, Santa Rita, Guam 96915
– Seoul, South Korea: Camp Kim, Building C1244-68 US Army Garrison Yongsan, Korea, APO AP 96205-5333
– Taegu, South Korea: 20th Support Group Bldg. 1415, Camp Henry, Korea APO 96218-0562
– Honolulu, Hawaii: 1601 Sand Island Parkway, Honolulu, HI 96819
Eight of the current 46 VPCs will permanently close May 1, in both U.S. and overseas locations.
VPCs slated for closure in the U.S. are located in Edison, N.J; New Orleans, La.; Orlando, Fla.; and Oakland, Calif.
VPCs overseas that have closed, or are slated for closure, include Mannheim, Germany (closed); RAF Croughton, England; RAF Menwith Hill, England; and Seville, Spain.
“It is important to note that American Auto Logistics will still be on hand at these eight VPC locations until August 1st, to service already processed vehicles until each VPC becomes empty,” said Craig McKinley, supervisory transportation management specialist for the Personal Property directorate. “These eight VPCs on the closure list will not accept new vehicles for processing after April 30.”
Additionally, AAL’s website at www.whereismypov.com, will remain active until all vehicles in their possession have been delivered.
For more information, service members are asked to either contact their transportation office/personal property office, or starting May 1, customers desiring to ship their POV or make an appointment at an VPC with IAL should call:
For U.S. domestic appointments: 1-855-389-9499
For appointments in Germany: 0800-227-7447
For any other locations: 00800-227-7447
Each year, about 68,000 POV shipments occur throughout DOD, of which, about 8,500 vehicles require storage.