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FedEx pledges $1m in aid to support relief of Nepal earthquake disaster [05/May/2015]
FedEx has committed approximately $1m in cash, transportation support and a chartered flight to deliver critical medical aid and supplies to Nepal in the wake of the devastating earthquake. Read Full Article...
WHO setting up Gorkha field office to extend healthcare reach in Nepal [05/May/2015]
The World Health Organization has announced the establishment of a new field office in the Gorkha district of Nepal, to serve as a strategic hub to extend healthcare in disaster-stricken country. Read Full Article...
UPS commits $500,000 and logistics expertise in support of Nepal earthquake recovery [30/Apr/2015]
The UPS Foundation has announced an initial commitment of $500,000 and logistical support to aid in response and recovery efforts following the devastating earthquake on April 25 in Nepal. Read Full Article...
DP DHL sends Disaster Response Team to Nepal [30/Apr/2015]
WFP among the logistics organisations facilitating vital relief in Nepal [27/Apr/2015]
Natural disasters like the recent earthquake in Nepal highlight the importance of good logistics in the starkest terms. Mobilizing an effective logistics effort is of vital importance to facilitate the international aid response to disasters like this and the WFP is one organisation focussed on that logistics effort. Read Full Article...
CEVA airlifts US supplies to West Africa for Ebola response [20/Oct/2014]
UPS facilitates transport of Ebola aid [08/Sep/2014]
UPS provides support to Philippines [14/Nov/2013]
DHL prepares Armenia for emergencies [09/Oct/2013]
Deutsche Post DHL has announced it is taking its GARD programme to the Zvartnots international airport in the Armenian capital of Yerevan and the Gyumri regional airport in the north-western part of the country. Read Full Article...
Canadian Pacific to donate C$200,000 for Alberta flood relief [27/Jun/2013]
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