For education programs across Africa, Asia, and South America, Logenix has kitted, delivered and distributed a wide supply of textbooks and teaching materials.
Logenix successfully managed a complicated supply chain to fully restore pharmaceutical inventories to Iraq’s primary governorate hospitals. On behalf of the Iraq Ministry of Health, Logenix originated cargo from 10 different vendor locations around the world and required consolidation and cold chain solutions. Logenix performed all deliveries during the height of the insurgency in Iraq and received a written letter of commendation from the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA).
Logenix’s expertise operating in politically unstable and volatile environments was essential in effectively providing relief to mitigate a humanitarian disaster. Over a three-week period, Logenix operated on a 24/7 basis organizing shipments the town of Al-Fashir in Darfur. Logenix organized and loaded 12 air charter filled with of 500,000 pounds of tents, generators and freshwater bladders. These supplies brought much needed relief to the increasingly dire Darfur refugee situation.
Logenix reacted quickly to redirect medical supplies to the Sumatran city of Medan after the Tsunami and subsequent earthquake in 2004. In response to the disaster Logenix sent malaria spraying equipment to combat the spread of mosquito-borne diseases as a result of the nature of the disaster. Despite the destruction of infrastructure across such a large area, Logenix was able to deliver much-needed supplies to the affected areas.
Logenix shipped and delivered supplies which include IT equipment and vehicles to offices in Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Chad, Djibouti, Eritrea, Guatemala, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Uganda, South Africa and Zimbabwe. FEWS NET provides objective, evidence-based analysis to help government decision-makers and relief agencies plan for and respond to acute food insecurity and humanitarian crises.
Logenix sourced and supplied disaster relief materials from the Logenix operated USAID Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) warehouse in Dubai. Furthermore, to combat the huge demand for supplies needed in response to the earthquake, Logenix chartered flights full of supplies from Miami to areas destroyed by the earthquake. In order to manage the large need of relief Logenix arranged an expert cost savings combination of scheduled and air charter service. Logenix rapidly delivering 10,500 Meals Ready to Eat (MRE’s) to Islamabad for distribution into the earthquake disaster area.
Within days of Hurricane Stan in Guatemala, Logenix arranged for a Boeing 747 charter from Miami, Florida loaded with urgently needed hygiene kits and medical supplies to the affected areas. Additionally, Logenix arranged for the immediate delivery of relief supplies such as plastic sheeting for temporary shelters to ease the impact of the destroyed homes. Despite severely damaged infrastructure, Logenix ensured the immediate delivery of relief supplies.
Since 2002, Logenix received, inspected, repackaged, and consolidated hundreds of door-to-door shipments from 12 different countries bound for Iraq, Afghanistan and Azerbaijan on an ex-works basis. Shipments included de-mining equipment, dog food, marking tape, uniforms, boots, and highly trained German Shepherds. Logenix also managed the shipment and later repatriation of a RHINO mine clearing vehicle to Azerbaijan. RHINO is a large remote controlled operated vehicle that was assigned to detect and clear mines in areas affected by conflicts in the Caucasus Region.
In response to the devastating earthquake in Haiti, Logenix was one of the first logistics providers sending relief to the country. Logenix executed a multi-route Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) charterÂ delivery to transport 3.2 million cases of Infant Formula within days of the disastrous earthquake. Other emergency shipments included construction equipment, makeshift shelters and plastic tarps, medical supplies, wool blankets and other donated items.
In the wake of the tsunami in Japan, Logenix arranged for dual cargo and passenger flights to return immediate responders from the Fairfax County Fire Department and their equipment to the US. The first responders to the disaster brought with them 32 tons of rescue equipment and medical supplies for urban search and rescue operations. Given the proximity of the search and rescue locations to the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, extra attention was given in order to bring home the equipment along with the Fairfax County First Responders. To clear the equipment of radioactivity concerns, Logenix interfaced with the airlines’ Automated Manifest System (AMS).