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Logistics Service For Global Health

Logenix is the leading provider of public health medicines, medical supplies, and temperature controlled pharmaceuticals to the developing world. Our work has impacted over 500 million people worldwide. Possessing the logistics industry’s most experienced staff, and a proven global network specializing in global health, Logenix ensures that essential medicines are transported cost efficiently and on time, to and throughout the world’s most challenging and underserved regions.

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Logistics Service For Global Health

Supporting the World’s Largest Global Health Programs

Logenix is the primary provider for USAID and The Global Fund global health programs, estimated by the Gates Foundation to provide roughly seventy-five percent of the developing world’s public health medicines and supplies.

We have supplied billions of dollars of life-saving health supplies by managing and delivering thousands of shipments to more than 100 countries each year, exponentially more than any other logistics provider in the world.

On behalf of over fifty of the world’s most respected global corporations and humanitarian organizations, Logenix has brought evolutionary progress by in some cases eliminating millions of dollars of unnecessary costs, accelerating delivery times to days rather than weeks, bringing abysmal excursion rates for cold chain supplies to zero, or supplying 300 testing facilities across 20 Sub-Saharan countries.

Unmatched Success to the Developing World

Logenix’s support of the world’s most renowned public and private organizations has been critical in the global fight against HIV, malaria, and tuberculosis. For over a decade, Logenix has been a primary logistics provider for both the PEPFAR and PMI programs, supplying life-saving pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, lab equipment, and prevention materials valued well over $2 billion across Africa and the rest of the developing world.

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic Logenix demonstrated unmatched capabilities by providing critical emergency services for the delivery of ventilators, oxygen, and millions of kilos of personal protective equipment to over 70 countries globally. Where other providers were mired by delays or inability to operate to and from dozens of countries, we performed successfully on time and on budget.

Leading Cold Chain Expert

Designed and managed complex health supply chains

Logenix operates the developing world’s largest and broadest supply chain for temperature sensitive medicines and laboratory supplies. Our innovative temperature-controlled packaging solutions and comprehensive mapping of cold chain capabilities throughout Africa and Asia have led to unparalleled elimination of excursions. Logenix leads the industry in cold chain solutions with the Logenix PharmaPlus™ system, consisting of four tailored service levels and unmatched temperature-controlled packaging solutions.

Through our extreme attention to detail and precise operational management of valuable, temperature-controlled pharma, test kits, reagents, and vaccines, Logenix has brought evolutionary progress to global cold chain programs.

Last Mile Delivery

Logenix has completed thousands of remote deliveries to hospitals, clinics, and medical facilities throughout Africa and Asia, successfully distributing medicines, test kits, lab equipment, and tens of millions of malaria nets to the most challenging areas of the developing world such as:

  • Afghanistan
  • Benin
  • Botswana
  • Burkina Faso
  • Cambodia
  • DRC
  • Eswatini
  • Ethiopia
  • Haiti
  • India
  • Iraq
  • Kenya
  • Laos
  • Lesotho
  • Madagascar
  • Mozambique
  • Namibia
  • Nigeria
  • Pakistan
  • Sierra Leone
  • South Sudan
  • Syria
  • Tajikistan
  • Tanzania
  • Thailand
  • Uganda
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe
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Logenix Staff getting clinic sign-off

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Reefer trucks delivering test kits in Pakistan