In response to the mudslides in Freetown, Sierra Leone that affected up to 10,000 residents, Logenix immediately responded after the disaster within hours and was the first on the ground to provide local hospitals with emergency medical supplies. Additionally, after requests from the Ministry of Health, Logenix continued a supply chain of additional medicines and essential supplies to all hospitals in need, that were treating impacted citizens as a result of the disaster. The immediate relief efforts were fraught with logistical constraints including meeting tight timelines and negotiating congested roads, as a result of the disaster.
Logenix operates OFDA’s disaster relief stockpile warehouse in Dubai, performing highly specialized record-keeping procedures and organizing high volumes of material for international shipment. Logenix manages the daily operations for all goods coming into and out of the warehouse and all service requirements for the fleet of USAID vehicles. The warehouse stockpiles various items intended for relief in the event of natural disaster or civil/political turmoil. Items include wool blankets, plastic sheeting for shelters, water filtration units, collapsible water bladders, hygiene kits, water purification tablets, and other disaster relief commodities.
FLogenix has managed almost 1,000 shipments of life support equipment, materials and communication equipment to Khost, Kandahar, Kabul and the Helmand province in support of U.S. base support for Camps Salerno, Dwyer, Bastion and Leatherneck. Due to periodic border closings, Logenix was required to transit the Northern Route using the Russian rail system to the northern border of Afghanistan. Special tasks included the transit of the fully constructed Kandahar air control tower and 76 oversized fuel trucks requiring sea-air planning and the delivery of a massive cement batch plant to Camp Dwyer in Helmand province.
Logenix provided port-to-door logistics services for TACOM, delivering 80 trucks and mobile cranes, via US Flag ocean freight. Logenix arranged for armed security to accompany trucks delivered via Kuwait to TACOM in Basra, Iraq. Additionally, Logenix successfully managed the transport of 44 oversized, out of gauge vehicles and employed multiple cost savings measures to counter increasing shipping prices to the region.
In the midst of the conflict in Iraq, Logenix was tasked with moving goods, including training and equipment supplies, to/from military bases throughout the country. Over a 16-month period Logenix dispatched thousands of trucks for intra country deliveries. In addition, For ten years Logenix transited thousands of truckloads of AFCAP camp units, generators and other maintenance, life support equipment within Iraq to US bases. Intact and on-time deliveries were made to almost every US base in Iraq from Turkey, Kuwait, Jordan, Lebanon, and UAE.
In response to the troop drawdowns in Iraq, Logenix has retrograded heavy equipment, power supplies, vehicles and machinery back to the United States from locations throughout Iraq. In many instances Logenix was crucial in saving tens of thousands of dollars four our clients by reducing duties on cargoes leaving the country.
Logenix assisted a USG contractor import cargo and subsequently retrograde cargo from Kandahar, Bagram, and Konduz military bases in Afghanistan. Logenix imported power generators, transformers, switch gears and other necessary equipment to run power plants for these military bases. When the materials were needed to be retrograded back to origin, Logenix managed the entire export via truck to ports in Pakistan.
Logenix operated virtually 24 hours a day, seven days a week for four months leading up to the conflict in March of 2003, with pre-planning being accomplished over a two-month period. Shipments totaled approximately 3,000 metric tons of medical equipment, billeting supplies and construction materials valued at over $30 million, and originated from more than 50 vendor locations throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Middle East.
Logenix provided logistics support for air and ocean shipments of construction materials to Yokota Air Base in Japan. To meet project requirements, Logenix tailored a logistics plan in compliance with US State Department security regulations, ensuring that ocean freight transshipment times were less than 96 hours and air freight transshipment times were less than 8 hours.
Logenix supported the U.S. State Department to strengthen investigative capabilities of local police forces solve crimes and strengthen law enforcement, by delivering police training materials to Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Senegal, Tanzania, Bosnia, Ukraine, Albania, Moldova, Croatia, Columbia.