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Focus on Your Mission—Not Logistics.

Delivering aid in time. It’s our focus. Turn to our dedicated team for logistical support and lower costs unlocked by technology. So you can focus on your programs and impact—not logistics.

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Why we do what we do

up to
80%

of aid-agency budgets go to supply chain expenses

Tatham & Christopher (2018), ACF (2018)
60%

of donated items that reach disaster sites are destroyed or unused

Halguin-Veras et al (2012)
1 in 33

people worldwide will need humanitarian assistance in 2021.

OCHA (2021)

Deliver More Aid Thanks To Lower Costs

Scale of need should set the amount of aid, not shipping costs. By working with air, ocean, and trucking suppliers who share this principle, Flexport.org can offer discounted rates on top of low base rates unlocked by strong carrier relationships.

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Stay On the Same Page in Any Crisis

Crises can take everything—including visibility and control. Our cloud-based platform gives you real-time tracking, contextual communication, and data-driven decisions. Everyone can stay on one page, and simplify reporting to donors.

Courtesy of Airlink

Courtesy of Airlink

Access Priceless Logistics Advice Pro Bono

Flexport.org offers free advice to help you manage aid efforts, whether you ship with us or not. With decades of freight-industry expertise—and our technology—we can relieve logistical burdens and optimize shipments for speed and costs.

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Airlink Delivers Hope In the South Sudan

Famine and conflict in South Sudan cut off access to food, medical care, and supplies. Airlink, in partnership with International Medical Corps, reached out to Flexport.org for assistance in moving relief cargo from London to Juba, South Sudan.

“Airlink is practiced in humanitarian logistics, but the current circumstances in South Sudan make it incredibly difficult to safely transport relief cargo into the region,” says Airlink Director of Humanitarian Programs Stephanie Steege. “Our partnership with Flexport helps us work on these more complex airlifts.”

300k+

kilograms of aid delivered with Airlink globally since 2016

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