President's Message

“Logenix clients will always receive the very best, quality based services. With so many logistics companies gaining notoriety over the past decade for corruption and bad business practices, our clients can be assured of the highest levels of ethics and integrity.”

– Ron Cruse, President and Chief Executive Officer

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Ron Cruse

Ron Cruse, Founder and CEO of Logenix International, has had a front row seat for nearly every major world crisis over the past thirty-five years. He has traveled more than two million miles throughout over 80 countries.

Logenix is the third company Cruse has founded and built. In 1986, he founded Matrix International Logistics and built it into an $85 million dollar company. In 1992, Cruse organized Matrix NIS, one of the first US-Russian Joint Venture Companies following the Soviet Union’s collapse, which grew into the largest privately held freight forwarding operation in the NIS. Matrix and Matrix NIS were sold in 1996 to an investment group led by former Secretary of the Treasury, William Simon.

Cruse’s industry trailblazing and thought leadership continued with the founding of Logenix International in 2001. From 2002 to 2012, no other logistics company in the world accomplished as much, as successfully, for humanitarian aid, global health, and critical infrastructure development. Today, Logenix operates the industry’s most cost-efficient, on-time supply chain services for medicines and medical supplies to and throughout the developing world.

Recognized throughout the industry as the expert in executing successful operations in challenging areas, Cruse has been profiled in :

  • Forbes
  • Financial Times
  • Logistics Today
  • Inbound Logistics
  • World Trade Magazine, and
  • American Shipper

Cruse has also been interviewed by countless television, radio, and web news programs. An interview with Inbound Logistics in 2006 has been hailed by scholars as a template for developing world logistics. (3PL Wire)

Cruse is also the author of Lies, Bribes, and Peril. His highly reviewed guidebook to conducting business globally provides insights into cultural diversity and its effect on business interactions. The book is used by colleges and universities around the US for both graduate and undergraduate programs.