Logenix has transited hundreds of shipments of perishable seeds and plants, requiring refrigerated or ‘keep cool’ packaging and constant monitoring, successfully around the globe to countries including Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Haiti and Ukraine.
The RATES project improved food security by increasing agricultural production and trade in East Africa, thereby boosting the income of small holder farmers and reducing their dependence on food aid. Logenix transported IT equipment and accessories such as installation manuals, CD-ROMs, cables, user manuals, printers, ink and toner, keyboards, and monitors. Recipient countries included coffee producing nations such as Ethiopia, Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania.
In support of COMPETE, Logenix shipped IT equipment and other electrical accessories. In order to help increase food security and economic growth in East and Central Africa. The project was designed to reduce barriers to regional and international trade, facilitate the efficiency and competitiveness of key value chains, and ramp up trade and investment between the United States and East Africa.
This power plant is the largest source of electricity in Southern Afghanistan and was one of the largest infrastructure development projects undertaken in the region. Logenix moved wire, cables, generators, turbines and other equipment on a door to door basis to Lash Kargah. Logenix shipped via ocean freight through Pakistan and overland into Afghanistan. Shipments traveled via truck into Helmand province, which for years, and during this project, had been the most dangerous region in Afghanistan.
The Policy Reform Program promoted dialogue and fostered a transparent and participatory policy process by strengthening relationships among the government, civil society groups, and the media. Logenix was responsible for shipping radios and communications equipment to Bujumbura from worldwide origins, including the United States, Italy.
On behalf of this program, Logenix moved computer equipment and accessories to the capital Monrovia. The goal of the project was to establish a foundation for lasting peace and democratic governance in Liberia. Logenix also transported commodities such as supplies and important office documents necessary to the program back to Washington, DC from Monrovia.
Logenix has managed shipments to Mali on behalf of various US government programs. Shipments have included pharmaceuticals and health supplies, construction materials, IT equipment, vehicles, personal effects and laboratory equipment. In Mali, Logenix supports programs for USAID, the Peace Corps, and dozens of NGOs.
On behalf of this program, Logenix delivered solar equipment, machinery, and office files to the capital city of Antananarivo from worldwide origins. The BAMEX project promoted domestic and export trade to increase revenues generated from agricultural, mining, handicraft, and ecotourism products.