Haiti – Electrification Programs
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.
Tanzania – 21st Century Basic Education Program
For this USAID funded primary education program, Logenix was responsible for devising the entire warehousing and in-country distribution plan for books and education materials. Supplies were warehoused and delivered to over 1,000 different schools throughout the country, including the Mtwara region, Zanzibar and Pemba. These shipments were made on behalf of USAID’s highest funded primary education program.
Malawi – Interactive Radio Instruction (Tikwere!)
Logenix managed countrywide distribution of over a million books shipped by both ocean and air freight on behalf of the USAID funded Tikwere! program. In order to meet the closeout date, 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.
Global – Relocation Services on Behalf of USAID
For over 100 programs supported by USAID, Logenix has managed the relocation of aid and development workers to every corner of the globe. Logenix coordinates the packing of household goods from origin country, and arranges the shipment of duty-exemption process to destination country. Logenix has relocated hundreds of people to the field in over 140 countries and back home to the United States.
Iraq – Al-Karkh Water Treatment Plant Construction
Logenix delivered generators, turbines and other large equipment to the Al-Karkh water treatment plant, which is the second largest water treatment facility in Iraq. Logenix was the only freight forwarder capable of operating shipments throughout Iraq. Logenix played a pivotal role in delivering these materials for the construction of this plant just outside of Baghdad. Shipments to the Water Treatment Plant required military escorts as the area was fraught with insurgent activities.
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.
South Sudan – Electrification Sustainability and Infrastructure Service Programs
As part of multiple projects, Logenix moved 142 transformers via ocean and air to Kapoeta and Maridi. Logenix successfully delivered heavy construction materials and critical infrastructure to multiple sites despite the logistical difficulties of traveling on highly eroded roads fraught with the presence of SPLA freedom fighters. For these separate electrification projects, Logenix provided full logistics services from origins in the US and Europe to locations throughout Southern Sudan. Logenix’s warehouse in the United States built over 3,000 cubic feet of custom crating to support the shipments of essential materials.
Afghanistan – Currency Exchange Program
For this lightning paced program on behalf of Da Afghanistan Bank, Logenix arranged for the virtually overnight transit of incinerators, shredders, and other equipment into Kabul from origins around the world. Specially outfitted MI-8 helicopters were leased and positioned to execute the complicated conversion process of changing out currencies throughout the country.
Logenix has delivered shipments containing medical supplies, contraceptives, lab equipment, pharmaceuticals and test kits to Yangon, Myanmar on behalf of various USAID contractors. Shipments have originated in the United States, Ireland, the Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, and Thailand.
Logenix is tasked with hundreds of shipments of electricity meters and electrical interface networks in support of efforts to bring electricity to some of the most remote regions in the world. 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.
Middle East – Logistics Support for USAID Irrigation Programs
Logenix has shipped 3 million pounds of cargo valued at over $4 million, including irrigation piping, water monitoring and analysis supplies, survey materials, and pumping station equipment. By working closely with clients to provide advanced planning, Logenix has developed shipping strategies that have reduced total project transportation costs by hundreds of thousands of dollars. Logenix has worked on behalf of USAID and other international donors and has provided specialized logistics services irrigation programs in Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt.
On behalf of two separate power programs in Afghanistan, Logenix acted as the logistics supplier of construction projects for 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.
Global – Logistics Support for International Broadcasting Bureau (Voice of America)
Logenix transported hundreds of shipments of communications equipment weighing almost a million pounds. Shipments were made on behalf of the International Broadcasting Bureau, the U.S. agency responsible for Voice of America (VOA) broadcasting, Shipments were delivered to more than 30 countries, including Belize, Botswana, Cyprus, Djibouti, Ecuador, Greece, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Peru, Philippines, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, and Thailand. Logenix has also handled decommissioning logistics from Greece, Kuwait and Belize.
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.
Logenix delivered cameras, books, and IT equipment to and from Gaborone, Botswana. SAREP improved access to safe drinking water for people living in the Okavango River Basin.
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 has 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.
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, and the Peace Corps, among other 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.
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 transported commodities which included thousands of bags of corn feed, thousands of bags of potato seeds and soil test kits. The project objectives of WINNER were to increase agricultural productivity, improve watershed stability, and strengthen agricultural markets.
Egypt – Water Resources Management Project
Shipments Logenix made on behalf of this program consisted of small water craft, underwater survey equipment, GPS units, camera equipment, computers and accessories. The Water Resource Management Project provided technical assistance, training, equipment, and the materials needed to enable water user participation and to advance decentralization of water management to the district level. The project was overseen by the Ministry of Water Resources & Irrigation in Egypt.
Logenix provided logistics support to this program and transported water metering systems, tools, batteries, flow meters and IT equipment using both air and ocean freight. GMED was initiated to help the Water Authority of Jordan (WAJ) to streamline its internal management systems and improve its capability to monitor and enforce private groundwater regulation, licensing, drilling and abstractions.
For this program, Logenix sent seat belt assemblies, computer equipment, and other commodities to Afghanistan’s Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in Kabul. The objective of RAMP was to improve food security and increase rural incomes by introducing practical methods for increasing crop and livestock productivity.
For this project, Logenix shipped computer equipment, GPS units, satellite phones, office equipment and supplies to Kabul, Afghanistan. The goal of TAFA was to generate economic growth, trade, and investment by improving conditions for international trade and transit.
For this project, Logenix transported IT equipment, battery packs, pipe conditioning kits, ad other commodities related to city sanitation and water systems to Giza, Egypt. The purpose of the Secondary Cities Project is to expand and develop reliable wastewater facilities in selected urban centers of Egypt for improved health and living conditions.
In support of this program, Logenix transported electrical supplies, power analyzers, and water testing equipment. The Wastewater Sector Support Project improved the institutional framework for water and sanitation service delivery in Egypt and increased the quality of, and access to, these services for the Egyptian public.
Lebanon – EARTH Initiative Water Facilities
Logenix conducted a road survey for outsized cargo required for a waste water plant in the Beqaa Valley of southern Lebanon. Shipments consisted of pipes, tractors, and other materials. Despite closings of both air and ocean ports, Logenix was able to successfully deliver cargo by strategically rerouting shipments and eliminating additional costs. The USAID sponsored EARTH Initiative was designed to improve and expand solid waste management facilities in Zahleh, including the Aitanit wastewater treatment plant.
In support of this project, Logenix delivered A/V equipment, batteries, computer equipment, and the tools necessary to help the Bolivian people grow and cultivate coffee. MAPA was implemented to increase the incomes of the poor in Bolivia through specialty coffee, tourism, and tea.
Global – USAID Global Health Supply Chain (GHSC) Program
Since 2009, Logenix has shipped health commodities and medicines valued in the hundreds of millions of dollars to more than 50 recipient countries where Logenix is a primary logistics provider for PEPFAR programs under USAID GHSC. Logenix is the only company to ever consistently excess a 95% door-to-door, “on-time delivery” rate. In 2012, 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.
Sub-Saharan Africa – Logistics Support for Center for Disease Control (CDC) PHIA Projects
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.
Logenix supported these efforts for the Eastern Virginia Medical School from 2005 to 2012. 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. 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. The Eastern Virginia Medical School studies medicines that facilitates the development of safe, acceptable, and affordable products that prevent sexual transmission of HIV/AIDS and other infections in developing countries.
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, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Guyana, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Sierra Leone, Kosovo, Bosnia, Macedonia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Honduras, Grenada, The Philippines, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.
Nigeria – Malaria Net Distribution
Logenix has distributed over 15 million malaria nets to 17 states throughout Nigeria, Including the volatile North. 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. Net bales were counted at origin and thus eliminated shortages by the vendor.
Logenix is the primary logistics provider for USAID’s 300 million USD Global Health Supply Chain – RTK contract, and is responsible for managing shipments of HIV test kits to over 50 PEPFAR countries. Shipments were originated from over a dozen worldwide origins.
South Africa- PMTCT Program Mother/Child HIV Transmission Research
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.
Iraq – Medical Clinics Support
Logenix jumpstarted Iraq’s entire medical infrastructure by achieving two separate and equally complex supply chain operations from 2004-2007 for USAID. Logenix kitted 150,000 line items of medical supplies at a specially licensed “free zone” facility in Jordan for delivery to 600 medical clinics located throughout Iraq. Shipments were trucked with armed security from the warehouse in Jordan to warehouses in Baghdad and Basra for final distribution to every town and city in Iraq. Logenix’s planning saved our client over $500,000 in distribution costs.
Iraq – Coalition Provisional Authority Initial Pharmaceutical Supply
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).
For the National Institute of Health, Logenix has transported tens of 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.
Mozambique – Bassopa Malaria Project
Logenix delivered microscopes and fragile laboratory equipment to a project site in Mozambique from the vendor in 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.
Sierra Leone – Free Healthcare Initiative (FHCI) – Warehouse and Distribution Services
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 or motorbike.
South Sudan – USAID Pharmaceutical Warehousing and Distribution
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.
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.
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.
Security and Peacekeeping Operations
Global – Air Force Contingency Augmentation Program (AFCAP)
Throughout the contract, Logenix received, checked, warehoused, packaged and transported by ocean and air freight, over 3000 metric tons (over 6 million pounds) of equipment, valued at over $30 million. Shipments included vehicles, construction materials, and spare parts. Logenix completed over 150 Task Orders (TOs) comprising of over 10,000 shipments from multiple worldwide origins bound for Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Kuwait and Dubai as the sole logistics subcontractor under AFCAP. Specific projects included logistics support for Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, military base support and logistics support for air traffic control and modernization projects throughout Afghanistan and Central Asia.
Logenix received published commendation for the role played in logistics support for multiple contingency operations under AFCAP programs.
Iraq – LOGCAP and Base Maintenance Projects
Logenix has performed freight forwarding, and destination services for over a 1,000 ocean containers and hundreds of air shipments in support of U.S. military bases in Iraq. On behalf of LOGCAP and later OSC-I, Logenix has performed over 1,000 domestic deliveries within Iraq of critical medical and power equipment for base-to-base transfers and retrograde demobilizations of equipment. Logenix forwarded over 150 shipments of fuel trucks, construction materials, vehicles, life support supplies, kitchen supplies, and consumables by air freight, ocean freight and ground originating in the U.S. United Arab Emirates and Kuwait going to Iraq. Logenix also shipped x-ray machines, scales and other critical medical equipment for the Office of Security and Cooperation Iraq (OSC-I). Logenix has provided support services for all U.S. Department of State personnel in Iraq as part of LOGCAP since 2010.
Afghanistan – Base Support Logistics and Maintenance
Logenix has managed almost 1,000 shipments of life support equipment, materials and communication equipment to Khost, Kandahar, Kabul and the Helmand province in support of U.S. base support for Camps Salerno, Dwyer, Bastion and Leatherneck. Due to periodic border closings, Logenix was required to transit the Northern Route using the Russian rail system to the northern border of Afghanistan. Special tasks included the transit of the fully constructed Kandahar air control tower and 76 oversized fuel trucks requiring sea-air planning and the delivery of a massive cement batch plant to Camp Dwyer in Helmand province.
Africa – Peacekeeping Program (AFRICAP)
Logenix expedited millions of pounds of cargo including life support equipment, medicines and construction materials originating from 30 different worldwide vendors bound for Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Cote d’Ivoire, Chad, Sierra Leone, Niger, Mauritania, Mali, Liberia, Senegal, and Somalia for peacekeeping programs. Also, on behalf of U.S. Government programs, Logenix supported the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) and Somali National Army (SNA). Logenix provided door-to-door logistics services and customs clearance assistance for shipments originating from the United States, China and Kenya for final delivery to Addis Ababa and Mogadishu. Shipments included the Ro/Ro transport and delivery of dozens of vehicles in addition to air and ocean shipments containing parts, supplies and de-mining robots.
Global – Bureau of Overseas Building Operations – Shipments to U.S. Embassies
Logenix has successfully managed air and ocean shipments for U.S. Embassy construction projects in over 40 countries, to include Bangladesh, Burundi, Cote d’Ivoire, Chile, Ecuador, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Mali, Mexico, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Tanzania, and Tunisia. Logenix staff have expert knowledge of State Department (DoS) rules and security requirements for OBO shipments, including cargo security, warehouse procedures and transit time restrictions.
Logenix supports global drug interdiction and counter narcotics programs in over 20 countries around the world, including critical locations in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Colombia, Iraq, Pakistan, Peru, Tanzania, and Turkmenistan. Contracts include the Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP) and Counter Narcotics & Global Threats (CN>).
Logenix supported the U.S. State Department to strengthen investigative capabilities of local police forces solve crimes and strengthen law enforcement, by delivering police training materials to Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Senegal, Tanzania, Bosnia, Ukraine, Albania, Moldova, Croatia, Colombia.
Afghanistan – Helicopter Retrograde
Logenix used a combination of air/sea/ground transportation to transport helicopters from Kandahar airfield to the United States via Dubai. Over $700,000 of costs were saved by detailed planning and management of the multi-mode supply chain. Cargo was shipped via air freight to Dubai, where the helicopters were transloaded onboard an ocean vessel departing to Norfolk port, VA. Logenix arranged all pre-approvals for equipment through CBP, ATF and steamship line’s legal department to ensure that all the ITAR equipment on board was properly documented and cleared for import into the US.
Afghanistan – Army Corps of Engineers
Logenix shipped hundreds of ocean containers door-to-door for specialized construction programs throughout the country. Shipments originated in the United States and Europe, and consisted of fuel tanks, generators, transformers, and construction materials. Logenix was successful in delivering shipments even when confronted with challenges such as road and border closures, and severe winter weather.
Logenix arranged intermodal transport of a flight simulator (G222 training device) and accessories door-to-door from Odessa, FL, to Kabul in support of the Afghan National Army. Equipment was exported under ITAR license from the port of Jacksonville via breakbulk carrier to Jebel Ali FZE and transloaded on AN-124 by air to Kabul airfield.
Logenix managed the shipment of helicopters from the United States to Kabul for the US Army and Afghan Ministry of Defense. Logenix successfully completed the Afghan customs clearance and assisted with loading configurations, export compliance, pre-shipment planning, overflight permits, trucking and delivery to the airport prior to uplift.
Global – U.S. Embassy Security Upgrade
On behalf of the Department of State, Logenix managed secure door-to-door air and ocean freight shipments of construction materials including blast proof doors and bullet proof glass to upgrade security to embassies in over 20 countries including, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burundi, Cote d’Ivoire, Chile, Ecuador, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Mexico, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Tanzania, and Tunisia.
On behalf of the U.S. Embassy in Baku, Logenix performed door-to-door shipping inclusive of customs clearance and duty exemption from CONUS and OCONUS vendors. The cargo is intended to enhance the safety of the U.S. Embassy, and include security equipment, barriers, steel doors, windows, railings, guard booths, and general construction materials.
Logenix has managed dozens of shipments to destinations throughout Africa for the ACOTA program, including, but not limited to delivering bulk police gear and uniforms to Guinea, as well as security equipment and diplomatic cargo to Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Iraq – Logistics Support for US Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM)
Logenix provided port-to-door logistics services for TACOM, delivering 80 trucks and mobile cranes, via US Flag ocean freight. Logenix arranged for armed security to accompany trucks delivered via Kuwait to TACOM in Basra, Iraq. Additionally, Logenix successfully managed the transport of 44 oversized, out of gauge vehicles and employed multiple cost savings measures to counter increasing shipping prices to the region.
Logenix managed a return shipment of Sikorsky helicopters from Bagram military base to the United States via Dubai. This was a multimodal operation using an air/land/sea combination to save costs. Logenix handled customs clearance processing and loaded cargo on an AN-124, which required customized trailers and ramps for loading/offloading.
Iraq – Logistics Support for US Army 350th Civil Main Command
Logenix was contracted by the 350th Civil Affairs Command to move 120 Humvees from Baghdad International Zone to Camp Doha, Kuwait for re-armoring of the vehicles. These vehicles were loaded and trucked in three convoys of 20 trucks, each convoy consisting of 40 Humvees, over a 10-day period. Convoys were escorted by a security team of eight vehicles carrying four armed guards.
Global – Logistics Support of U.S. Marine Corps
Cargo managed by Logenix included 196 cranes each weighing up to 72,000 pounds, 196 tandem-locs, 157 kits, 103 clam shells, and licensable batteries to locations in Afghanistan, Germany, Iraq, Italy and Kuwait. Logenix worked closely with the U.S. Marine Corps on licensing issues, customs clearance, overland truck transportation and the use of U.S. Flag carriers. Logenix also implemented cost saving measures such as locating and hiring specialized trucks to transport out of gauge equipment.
Logenix provided logistics support for air and ocean shipments of construction materials to Yokota Air Base in Japan. To meet project requirements, Logenix tailored a logistics plan in compliance with US State Department security regulations, ensuring that ocean freight transshipment times were less than 96 hours and air freight transshipment times were less than 8 hours.
Logenix is the only logistics provider capable of routinely shipping via truck in Afghanistan, which is a difficult process. Logenix assisted a USG contractor import cargo and subsequently retrograde cargo from Kandahar, Bagram, and Konduz military bases in Afghanistan. Logenix imported power generators, transformers, switch gears and other necessary equipment to run power plants for these military bases. When the materials were needed to be retrograded back to origin, Logenix managed the entire export via truck to ports in Pakistan.
Global – Operation Iraqi Freedom
Logenix transported over 100 ocean containers and 26 air charters to Kuwait, Pakistan, Egypt, Qatar, Oman, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia, in preparation for Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2002 – 2003.
Logenix operated virtually 24 hours a day, seven days a week for four months leading up to the conflict in March of 2003, with pre-planning being accomplished over a two-month period. Shipments totaled approximately 3,000 metric tons of medical equipment, billeting supplies and construction materials valued at over $30 million, and originated from more than 50 vendor locations throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Middle East.
Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) Warehouse
Logenix operates OFDA’s disaster relief stockpile warehouse in Dubai, performing highly specialized record-keeping procedures and organizing high volumes of material for international shipment. Logenix manages the daily operations for all goods coming into and out of the warehouse and all service requirements for the fleet of USAID vehicles. The warehouse stockpiles various items intended for relief in the event of natural disaster or civil/political turmoil. Items include wool blankets, plastic sheeting for shelters, water filtration units, collapsible water bladders, hygiene kits, water purification tablets, and other disaster relief commodities.
Logenix reacted quickly to redirect medical supplies to the Sumatran city of Medan after the Tsunami and subsequent earthquake in 2004. In response to the disaster Logenix sent malaria spraying equipment to combat the spread of mosquito-borne diseases as a result of the nature of the disaster. Despite the destruction of infrastructure across such a large area, Logenix was able to deliver much-needed supplies to the affected areas.
Guatemala 2005 – Hurricane Stan
Within days of Hurricane Stan in Guatemala, Logenix arranged for a Boeing 747 charter from Miami, Florida loaded with urgently needed hygiene kits and medical supplies to the affected areas. Additionally, Logenix arranged for the immediate delivery of relief supplies such as plastic sheeting for temporary shelters to ease the impact of the destroyed homes. Despite severely damaged infrastructure, Logenix ensured the immediate delivery of relief supplies.
Logenix sourced and supplied disaster relief materials from the Logenix operated USAID Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) warehouse in Dubai. Furthermore, to combat the huge demand for supplies needed in response to the earthquake, Logenix chartered flights full of supplies from Miami to areas destroyed by the earthquake. In order to manage the large need of relief Logenix arranged an expert cost savings combination of scheduled and air charter service. Logenix rapidly delivering 10,500 Meals Ready to Eat (MRE’s) to Islamabad for distribution into the earthquake disaster area.
In response to the devastating earthquake in Haiti, Logenix was one of the first logistics providers sending relief to the country. Logenix executed a multi-route Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) charter delivery to transport 3.2 million cases of Infant Formula within days of the disastrous earthquake. Other emergency shipments included construction equipment, makeshift shelters and plastic tarps, medical supplies, wool blankets and other donated items.
In the wake of the tsunami in Japan, Logenix arranged for dual cargo and passenger flights to return immediate responders from the Fairfax County Fire Department and their equipment to the US. The first responders to the disaster brought with them 32 tons of rescue equipment and medical supplies for urban search and rescue operations. Given the proximity of the search and rescue locations to the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, extra attention was given in order to bring home the equipment along with the Fairfax County First Responders. To clear the equipment of radioactivity concerns, Logenix interfaced with the airlines’ Automated Manifest System (AMS).
Sudan 2006 – Darfur Humanitarian Crisis
Logenix’s expertise operating in politically unstable and volatile environments was essential in effectively providing relief to mitigate a humanitarian disaster. Over a three-week period, Logenix operated on a 24/7 basis organizing shipments the town of Al-Fashir in Darfur. Logenix organized and loaded 12 air charter filled with of 500,000 pounds of tents, generators and freshwater bladders. These supplies brought much needed relief to the increasingly dire Darfur refugee situation.
Global – De-Mining Contract for U.S. Department of State
Since 2002, Logenix received, inspected, repackaged, and consolidated hundreds of door-to-door shipments from 12 different countries bound for Iraq, Afghanistan and Azerbaijan on an ex-works basis. Shipments included de-mining equipment, dog food, marking tape, uniforms, boots, and highly trained German Shepherds. Logenix also managed the shipment and later repatriation of a RHINO mine clearing vehicle to Azerbaijan. RHINO is a large remote controlled operated vehicle that was assigned to detect and clear mines in areas affected by conflicts in the Caucasus Region.
Logenix shipped and delivered supplies which include IT equipment and vehicles to offices in Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Chad, Djibouti, Eritrea, Guatemala, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Uganda, South Africa and Zimbabwe. FEWS NET provides objective, evidence-based analysis to help government decision-makers and relief agencies plan for and respond to acute food insecurity and humanitarian crises.
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