In support of this program, Logenix transported electrical supplies, power analyzers, and water testing equipment. The Wastewater Sector Support Project improved the institutional framework for water and sanitation service delivery in Egypt and increased the quality of, and access to, these services for the Egyptian public.
Logenix conducted a road survey for outsized cargo required for a waste water plant in the Beqaa Valley of southern Lebanon. Shipments consisted of pipes, tractors, and other materials. Despite closings of both air and ocean ports, Logenix was able to successfully deliver cargo by strategically rerouting shipments and eliminating additional costs. The USAID sponsored EARTH Initiative was designed to improve and expand solid waste management facilities in Zahleh, including the Aitanit wastewater treatment plant.
Logenix delivered generators, turbines and other large equipment to the Al-Karkh water treatment plant, the second largest water treatment facility in Iraq. Logenix was responsible for and executed shipments of building sized pieces and was tasked with moving these oversized pieces of cargo through an active war zone. Logenix played a pivotal role in delivering these materials for the construction of this plant just outside of Baghdad, which provided an essential source of clean water for the Iraqi capital. Shipments to the Water Treatment Plant required military escorts as the area was fraught with insurgent activities.
In support of this project, Logenix delivered A/V equipment, batteries, computer equipment, and the tools necessary to help the Bolivian people grow and cultivate coffee. MAPA was implemented to increase the incomes of the poor in Bolivia through specialty coffee, tourism, and tea.
Logenix transported hundreds of shipments of communications equipment weighing almost a million pounds. Shipments were made on behalf of the International Broadcasting Bureau, the U.S. agency responsible for Voice of America (VOA) broadcasting. Shipments were delivered to more than 30 countries, including Belize, Botswana, Cyprus, Djibouti, Ecuador, Greece, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Peru, Philippines, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, and Thailand. Logenix has also handled decommissioning logistics from Greece, Kuwait and Belize.
During the height of the insurgency, Logenix delivered 390 voting specific shipments to six strategic locations throughout Iraq, in support of Iraq’s landmark parliamentary elections.
For this lightning paced program on behalf of Da Afghanistan Bank, Logenix arranged for the virtually overnight transit of incinerators, shredders, and other equipment into Kabul from origins around the world. Specially outfitted MI-8 helicopters were leased and positioned to execute the complicated conversion process of changing out currencies throughout the country.
For over 100 programs supported by USAID, Logenix has managed the relocation of aid and development workers to every corner of the globe. Logenix coordinates the packing of household goods from origin country and arranges the shipment of duty-exemption process to destination country. Logenix has relocated hundreds of people to the field in over 140 countries and back home to the United States.
For USAID’s highest funded primary education program, Logenix was responsible for creating the entire warehousing and in-country distribution plan for books and education materials. Supplies were warehoused and subsequently delivered to over 1,000 different schools throughout the country, including the Mtwara region, Zanzibar and Pemba.
Logenix transported commodities which included thousands of bags of corn feed, thousands of bags of potato seeds and soil test kits. The project objectives of WINNER were to increase agricultural productivity, improve watershed stability, and strengthen agricultural markets.