About Us

Front_of_KampiFrom it’s humble beginnings, Kampi has grown to be an industry leader by offering services to OEM’s and manufacturers whom require the expertise of a military distributor capable of managing complex government contracts and procedures. Kampi is a multi-million dollar company which provides distribution management services relating to military logistical support. Kampi’s services enable manufactures and OEM’s to offer their products at the best value to the military end user.

Incorporated in1984, Kampi has become one of the world’s largest military shipping companies and a leading provider of specialized military packaging and logistical services. Kampi employees approximately 65 people who are engaged in the procurement, inspection, testing, packaging and transportation of products intended for U.S. military use.

The company has prospered in the past 34 years as a leader in military equipment and parts distribution, but it has also faced many economic challenges in its history. There have been reductions in U.S. manufacturing sources, global and U.S. economic instability, as well as fierce global competition over government spending dollars for U.S. military spares. Despite these challenges, Kampi has kept a firm grip on its market share.

In addition, the evolving methods used by the Department of Defense to procure military end use material, along with the tight competition for government spares contracts was especially hard on many military distributors. It was during this time that Kampi met and passed several key challenges. While other competitors fell by the wayside, Kampi has managed not only to remain strong, but to continue to grow.

In 2000, Kampi relocated to a state of the art 25,000 square foot distribution facility located in Fairless Hills, PA. Kampi Components is now a distribution company with one of the most recognized names in the Defense Logistics Agency and Department of Defense community. Kampi’s commitment to success in the future is firmly under way by continuing to invest in the technology, equipment, and personnel training necessary to set it apart from the crowd.