Ultimately destined for three different hospitals in Uganda, Logenix shipped multiple containers of medical donations on behalf of the largest distributor of humanitarian medical relief in the world. Upon arriving to the containers’ first stop in Uganda, all of the medical equipment and supplies were unloaded to help a hospital restock on critical supplies. However, these containers were not just equipped for shipping goods. They were modified in the United States to serve as sleeping quarters for nurses and doctors at each hospital as well. Logenix and our strategic partners in Uganda coordinated the use of multiple cranes in some of the hard to reach and rural areas of the country. This project not only delivered medical supplies where needed but also served as an extension of the hospitals in the region, creating lasting impact and change for that community.
Logenix managed a 10 container project to furnish a new hospital in Cabuyao, Philippines with goods valued at almost $3 million USD. The medical supplies, equipment, and hospital beds were crucial in getting this new facility up and running to serve a population of over 400,000 people. Expertly working with customs authorities, government contacts, and hospital staff, Logenix project managers and our partner in country worked alongside the client and consignee to understand and execute the process for applying and receiving duty exemption. This unrivaled expertise, paired with our commitment to furthering our clients’ missions, is what sets Logenix apart from our competitors.
Logenix shipped high value medical supplies and surgical equipment needed for a Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic that was held in Monrovia, Liberia. With surgeries being performed free of charge for patients in need, the efficient management of this project was pivotal to the success of this clinic and our client’s mission.
Navigating airport closures, flight cancellations, and delays as a result of violence and political unrest within the country, Logenix transported over 160 pallets of HIV and malaria treatments to Yemen. Combined weight of more than 20,000 kilos, these treatments originated from multiple countries, such as India and the Netherlands. These lifesaving treatments were transported on 3 different charters over the span of 7 months, requiring an extensive knowledge of authorization processes, operational expertise on the ground, and in depth logistics management at each step of the way.
Logenix collaborates with an extensive network of partners and clients to successfully deliver life changing supplies to even the most difficult destinations around the world. Despite continuing conflict in Syria and political instability in the region, we successfully moved critical shipments of pharmaceuticals by using our team’s extensive developing world knowledge and global network of partners who assisted in creating innovative and cost effective routes for delivery.
Logenix is committed to operating on-time and on-budget. On a Sunday night, a frozen shipment of HIV testing kits arrived in Benin, West Africa. Despite the complications of a weekend shipment and limited cold chain capabilities at the destination, the shipment was delivered to the consignee less than 2 hours after arrival with temperature logs confirming that there were no temperature excursions throughout pick-up and last mile delivery.
In the midst of civil unrest in Myanmar and a COVID outbreak in India, Logenix and our client overcame a unique set of challenges to ensure pallets of antiretroviral HIV treatments were delivered before a critical deadline. The events in Myanmar led to difficulties receiving import permits, limited airfreight options, and inadequate communication infrastructure. Extensive coordination between Logenix teams in different countries and collaboration with our client was critical in putting this shipment together, securing transport, and overcoming COVID restrictions in India which was the country of origin. With the unwavering dedication and effort of Logenix, our client and the consignee, this shipment arrived in Myanmar before the deadline, allowing for ample time to clear the shipment before the import permit expired.
Logenix is the unrivaled logistics provider for temperature controlled logistics to the developing world. Consisting of serology diagnostics and laboratory equipment, a shipment destined for Mongolia included hazard classified goods and required specialized cold chain packaging for three different temperature control levels (2°-8°C, 15°-25°C, and ambient). The products in this shipment originated in four different places throughout Europe, then needed to be consolidated and shipped from the Netherlands to Mongolia which had strict COVID restrictions on the ground. Temperature loggers were packaged in the shipment to monitor and record necessary information. Logenix proactively collaborated with all parties involved to request and obtain the necessary permissions avoiding potential delays due to COVID restrictions. With special permission from the Mongolian State Emergency Commission, the charter landed in Mongolia on time. The ground crew dressed in hazmat suits, then successfully offloaded the temperature controlled goods, abiding by all COVID, cold chain and hazmat protocols.
For a specialized pharmaceutical supply chain client, Logenix acted quickly and efficiently to execute the delivery of life-saving medicines to Nigeria for a child with an intracranial hemorrhage. Our agile project managers in the United States and Europe used their immense cold chain expertise to ensure that the fastest transit and delivery options were used, with data loggers included to ensure efficacy of the cargo. In coordination with our office in Nigeria, the medical donation was arranged and delivered within two days, saving the child’s life.
Logenix successfully managed a complicated supply chain to fully restore pharmaceutical inventories to Iraq’s primary governorate hospitals. On behalf of the Iraq Ministry of Health, Logenix originated cargo from 10 different vendor locations around the world and required consolidation and cold chain solutions. Logenix performed all deliveries during the height of the insurgency in Iraq and received a written letter of commendation from the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA).