Contingency and humanitarian operations are often executed in remote locations where the availability of equipment such as generators, HVAC units, electrical cabling, and everyday items such as garbage dumpsters and billet cots are unavailable in-country.
AIM’s procurement specialists leverage their global network of providers and supply agents to identify and procure equipment and goods weighing costs against needs and considering customs delays and duties. We present alternatives that help ensure items are on-site when needed.
Procurement and Logistics are critical—and often challenging—in Disaster Recovery Rapid Response situations as well. AIM’s international experience has prepared us to effectively manage challenging procurements and services where stakes are high, resources are scarce, and people are suffering—all while following Government compliance and safety guidelines. We have provided Procurement and Logistics Services during the Liberia Ebola crisis, the BP and Valdez oil spills, and the Hurricanes that ravaged the United States and U.S. Territories in the summer of 2017.