Logenix jumpstarted Iraq’s entire medical infrastructure by achieving two separate and equally complex supply chain operations from on behalf of USAID. Logenix kitted 150,000 line items of medical supplies at a specially licensed “free zone” facility in Jordan for delivery to 18 governate hospitals and 600 medical clinics located throughout Iraq. Shipments were trucked with armed security from the warehouse in Jordan to warehouses in Baghdad and Basra for final distribution to every town and city in Iraq. Additionally, the initial pharmacological supply for the 18 major governate hospitals was delivered during the height of the insurgency. Planning for both operations resulted in millions of dollars of savings for these critically important deliveries.