Logenix has provided door-to-door logistics services for the distribution of 100 million malaria bed nets under USAID’s GHSC program. Complex distributions have been successfully managed throughout Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Benin, Madagascar, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Exemplary cases include:
Logenix shipped and distributed 800,000 LLIN Malaria nets to 61 cities throughout 6 districts in Zambia. Logenix consolidated the nets in Lusaka and planned the exact allocation of nets for each city. Logenix positioned cranes throughout the country then navigated and executed the last mile delivery to each target city, many of which were notoriously hard to reach.
Logenix distributed over 15 million malaria nets to 17 states throughout Nigeria, Including the volatile Northern regions. Logenix was credited by USAID with over $1 million in savings by eliminating supply chain waste in the form of storage and demurrage fines and product loss in just the first year of operations alone. Cargo originated in Lahore, Pakistan and was shipped door to door to the various states throughout Nigeria.
Logenix manages the complete warehousing and complex last mile deliveries of medicines and health supplies to regional hospitals and over 1200 clinics across the entire country. Many of the last mile deliveries to the over 1200 clinics in Sierra Leone are in remote regions only accessible by boat of motorbike.
Logenix navigates one of the world’s most challenging environments delivering medical treatments for a host of illnesses, including Malaria and HIV to the country’s most isolated cities such as Bunia, Kolwezi, Kanaga, Lubumbashi, Kalemie and Kissangani.
On behalf of USAID’s DELIVER program Logenix managed two country-wide distributions of family planning materials to 17 dispensaries and clinics. Orders of product were consolidated in Bangkok and trucked to the farthest regions in both the North and South of the country. Logenix oversaw the successful delivery of over 10 million products, which helped families better plan for their futures and curb the spread of HIV.
As the sole logistics provider for a multi-million dollar pharmaceutical warehousing and cold chain distribution of medical supplies and serums in South Sudan, Logenix refabricated a 30,000-square foot, temperature-control warehouse in Juba within just 6 weeks. This created the only temperature controlled warehouse in South Sudan. Logenix was responsible for the inventory, kitting and ‘last mile’ delivery of 8 million pounds of medical supplies and pharmaceuticals to 80 health centers located throughout South Sudan. To accomplish this program, all deliveries were made over a two-year period.
Logenix delivered microscopes and fragile laboratory equipment to a project site in Mozambique from Johannesburg, South Africa. Logenix’s support furthered efforts by researchers in the field, studying impacts of malaria and methods of reducing the spread of the disease.
Logenix successfully executed a massive in-country distribution operation in Kenya as part of a mother and child health program. Over 1,000 medical kits were distributed to more than 700 locations throughout Kenya, including unstable regions near Kenya’s northern border with Somalia.
On behalf of USAID, Logenix managed the refrigerated distribution of 24,330 temperature sensitive Rapid Diagnostic and ELISA Medical Kits to 42 destinations throughout Pakistan. This delivery was the very first such countrywide delivery which was successfully completed with zero loss of product from spoilage.