Cargo managed by Logenix included 196 cranes each weighing up to 72,000 pounds, 196 tandem-locs, 157 kits, 103 clam shells, and licensable batteries to locations in Afghanistan, Germany, Iraq, Italy and Kuwait. Logenix worked closely with the U.S. Marine Corps on licensing issues, customs clearance, overland truck transportation and the use of U.S. Flag carriers. Logenix also implemented cost saving measures such as locating and hiring specialized trucks to transport out of gauge equipment.
Logenix was contracted by the 350th Civil Affairs Command to move 120 Humvees from Baghdad International Zone to Camp Doha, Kuwait for re-armoring of the vehicles. These vehicles were loaded and trucked in three convoys of 20 trucks, each convoy consisting of 40 Humvees, over a 10-day period. Convoys were escorted by a security team of eight vehicles carrying four armed guards.
Logenix managed a return shipment of Sikorsky helicopters from Bagram military base to the United States via Dubai. This was a multimodal operation using an air/land/sea combination to save costs. Logenix handled customs clearance processing and loaded cargo on an AN-124, which required customized trailers and ramps for loading/offloading.
Logenix has managed dozens of shipments to destinations throughout Africa for the ACOTA program, including, but not limited to delivering bulk police gear and uniforms to Guinea, as well as security equipment and diplomatic cargo to Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Logenix managed the shipment of helicopters from the United States to Kabul for the US Army and Afghan Ministry of Defense. Logenix successfully completed the Afghan customs clearance and assisted with loading configurations, export compliance, pre-shipment planning, overflight permits, trucking and delivery to the airport prior to uplift.
Logenix arranged intermodal transport of a flight simulator (G222 training device) and accessories door-to-door from Odessa, FL, to Kabul in support of the Afghan National Army. Equipment was exported under ITAR license from the port of Jacksonville via breakbulk carrier to Jebel Ali FZE and transloaded on AN-124 by air to Kabul airfield.
Logenix shipped hundreds of ocean containers door-to-door for specialized construction programs throughout the country. ShipmentsÂ originated in the United States and Europe, and consisted of fuel tanks, generators, transformers, and constructionÂ materials. Logenix was successful in delivering shipments even when confronted withÂ challenges such asÂ road andÂ border closures, and severeÂ winter weather.
Logenix used a combination of air/sea/ground transportation to transport helicopters from Kandahar airfield to the United States via Dubai. Over $700,000 of costs were saved by detailed planning and management of the multi-mode supply chain. Cargo was shipped via air freight to Dubai, where the helicopters were transloaded onboard an ocean vessel departing to Norfolk port, VA. Logenix arranged all pre-approvals for equipment through CBP, ATF and steamship line’s legal department to ensure that all the ITAR equipment on board was properly documented and cleared for import into the US.
Logenix expedited millions of pounds of cargo including life support equipment, medicines and construction materials originating from 30 different worldwide vendors bound for Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Cote d’Ivoire, Chad, Sierra Leone, Niger, Mauritania, Mali, Liberia, Senegal, and Somalia for peacekeeping programs. Also, on behalf of U.S. Government programs, Logenix supported the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) and Somali National Army (SNA). Logenix provided door-to-door logistics services and customs clearance assistance for shipments originating from the United States, China and Kenya for final delivery to Addis Ababa and Mogadishu. Shipments included the Ro/Ro transport and delivery of dozens of vehicles in addition to air and ocean shipments containing parts, supplies and de-mining robots.
Logenix received published commendation for the role played in logistics support for multiple contingency operations under AFCAP programs.