On the behalf of AHSE, Logenix delivered A/V equipment, computer and IT equipment, work tools, and other commodities to various project sites. The AHSE project sought to improve Ethiopia’s health sector by building the capacity of local institutions to provide quality assurance and control, as well as services for construction, renovation, and maintenance of health centers and other facilities.
Logenix is supplying thousands of health centers across Africa with solar power, providing over 100 million hours of light to medical centers, which previously worked without a reliable source of energy. Managing shipments via both air and ocean, Logenix handles the cumbersome regulations to ship our clients solar powered equipment as many of the devices contain lithium ion batteries, requiring close attention to detail.
On behalf of this Global Innovation Fund sponsored program, Logenix originates cargo in multiple countries and ships to recipient countries, which include; Myanmar, Nepal, India, DRC, Benin, Tanzania, Kenya, Cameroon, Nigeria and Haiti. — Delivering electrical metering equipment for solar powered grids, enabling access to electricity in the developing world’s hardest to reach places and most underserved markets.
For International Narcotics & Law Enforcement programs carried out by the State Department, Logenix is delivering critical equipment for aircraft to Panama, Peru, Costa Rica, Iraq and Afghanistan ensuring continuous, 24-7 flight operations for the war on illegal narcotics.
Logenix provided door-to-door logistics services for the Pilot Project for Sustainable Electricity Distribution (PPSELD) in Cap Haitien funded by USAID, in addition to a second electrification project sponsored by the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) in the southern peninsula town of Coteaux. Logenix shipped construction materials, thousands of timber electrical posts, bucket trucks, IT equipment, tools, and transformers, which were sent by both air and ocean freight. Logenix found innovative solutions for modifying the client’s supply chain to save costs and time. Ocean freight destined for Cap Haitien was sent through the Dominican Republic and performed customs clearance at the overland border crossing into Haiti.
Logenix transports time critical shipments of sensitive technical and scientific export licensable materials for the Department of Justice, in support of crime fighting and drug interdiction programs throughout Asia, South America, Central Europe, and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
Logenix managed countrywide distribution of over a million books shipped by both ocean and air freight on behalf of the USAID funded Tikwere! program. Logenix expedited shipments by air freight and was able to save 30 days of transit time, thereby allowing the client to meet the project deadline. This was another example of fast and agile decision making that Logenix executes on behalf of their clients every day.
For this construction project, Logenix made arrangements to utilize 80-ton cranes and special loading equipment at origin and destination. Shipments had a total value of $3.7 million, including five transformers weighing 18 tons and seven generators each weighing 20 tons. Logenix’s efforts supported the construction and installation of the plant for providing more commercial power to the capital city of Monrovia and outlying townships. This project undertaken by Logenix was on behalf of the Liberia Electricity Corporation and USAID. — Supporting the construction and installation of a 10-megawatt power plant in Liberia intended to provide power both to the capital city of Monrovia and to outlying townships.
After the earthquake in Haiti, Logenix was tasked with delivering supplies to support strengthening power capacity in the country. Logenix delivered transformers, wooden poles cables, construction materials and electrical equipment for power projects throughout the country, including some of the most remote regions in Haiti, on behalf of USAID sponsored power programs. Many of the shipments were sent to the Dominican Republic and delivered over the border crossing on the island, in order to avoid much of the port congestion in Haiti after the disaster.
On behalf of both the East and West Kandahar power programs in Afghanistan, Logenix acted as the logistics supplier of construction projects for both the Kajaki dam and a multi-megawatt power plant in Kandahar. Logenix transported ocean containers and break-bulk cargo from worldwide origins to the Kandahar Industrial Park Diesel Power Plant and Kajaki Dam. Materials included generators and heavy equipment for construction. Logenix managed door to door operations, originating cargo from India and shipping containers via ocean freight to Afghanistan via Pakistan. Moreover, By expertly navigating the duty exemption and customs clearance process in Afghanistan and Pakistan, Logenix was able to avoid the hundreds of thousands of dollars of fines that other competitors could not.