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).
Since 2009 Logenix has continuously supported USAID’s largest global health program, GHSC. In 2010, USAID singularly credited Logenix with reducing the program’s total transportation budget for malaria and family planning programs by over 20% through reduction of transportation costs and minimizing fines at destination. Logenix has shipped health commodities and medicines valued in the billions of dollars to more than 70 recipient countries and Logenix is the only company to ever consistently excess a 95% door-to-door, “on-time delivery” rate. Since 2015, Logenix is the primary provider managing thousands of shipments on budget and achieving unparalleled on-time deliveries.
Logenix is the primary logistics provider for USAID’s 300 million USD Global Health Supply Chain – RTK program and is responsible for managing shipments of HIV test kits to over 50 PEPFAR countries. Shipments are originated from over a dozen worldwide origins and shipped throughout Africa. Providing temperature controlled and ambient shipments via both air and ocean freight for this program, Logenix is the top ranked logistics provider in terms of volume shipped and on-time performance.
On behalf of European based programs directed by The Global Fund (TGF) Logenix is providing critical support to deliver pharmaceuticals and medical supplies to curb the spread of HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Logenix provides full door to door supply chain services, for commodities both temperature controlled and ambient, from origins such as India, France, Switzerland the United States and Japan to the projects’ most challenging countries such as Mozambique, the Republic of Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Malawi.
Logenix is providing specialized logistics services for population-based HIV impact assessments in 20 African countries for time sensitive shipments to approximately 300 health facilities across Sub-Saharan Africa, on behalf of the CDC. Laboratory and training supplies are inspected and consolidated from dozens of vendors worldwide for shipment to Cameroon, Lesotho, Cote D’Ivoire, Namibia, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda.
On behalf of a dozen of the most respected Private Voluntary Organizations (PVO’s), Logenix has shipped over $1 billion worth of donated pharmaceuticals, medications, vaccines and medical equipment to dozens of countries throughout the developing world. Many recipient countries include some of the most challenging environments in the world such as Afghanistan, DRC, Yemen, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Guyana, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Sierra Leone, Kosovo, Bosnia, Macedonia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Honduras, Grenada, The Philippines, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.
Logenix played a critical role in the delivery and distribution of hundreds of shipments of microbicide gels to and throughout South Africa. Logenix significantly lowered program costs by delivering cargo in specialized pallets that kept pallets microbicide gels cool with blankets. These gels were used to prevent mother to child transmission of HIV during childbirth. This research produced groundbreaking advances in combating Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission. Logenix managed the door to door shipments of these gels from the United States to multiple locations throughout country.
On behalf of this program, Logenix has transported microbicide gel, medications, test kit, clinical trial materials, clinical supplies, treatment kits, placebo gel, R&D samples, clinical study materials, patient kits, and other medical supplies, which facilitated groundbreaking scientific advances in HIV prevention. Most shipments required special temperature control and were destined for over 15 countries throughout Africa in addition to India and Afghanistan. As well cold chain shipments were sent to the most difficult destinations on the continent such as Burkina Faso, Zambia and Nigeria.
For the National Institute of Health, Logenix has transported thousands of perishable shipments of tens of thousands of blood vials and tissue samples from laboratories in Africa for global disease and cancer research studies.
Logenix transported backpack aspirators in coordination with the Zambian Ministry of Health (MOH), ZISSP systems for planning, management, and delivery of high-impact health services. These backpack aspirators vacuum mosquitos, helping control the spread of Malaria and other mosquito-borne illnesses. The ZISSP program was funded by USAID and helped improve health related capacities in Zambia.