The most routine aspect of moving resources becomes a mission critical issue in austere environments. Reliable communications, transportation and storage of materials, or the simply delivery of an envelope often require planning and procedures to ensure continuous operations and flow of people and materials. Reed’s multi-disciplinary logistics and supply chain management capabilities are customized to the requirements of our clients and the environment in which they operate, whether traditional or high-risk operations. We have developed relationships with strategic partners all over the world who assist us to securely transport, import, warehouse and distribute cargo and equipment into various areas of operations.


Our Logistical Support Services include:

  • Supply Chain Management
  • Sourcing and Procurement
  • Import and export;
  • Air, Ground and Sea Shipping
  • Customs clearance
  • Warehousing
  • Inventory Management and Distribution
  • Vehicle Maintenance and Fleet Management & Training
  • Permits, Licensing, and Government oversight managementTravel management
  • Government approvals including National Disclosure Policy Committee (NDPC) Compliance

Unique Problems Require Unique Solutions

Reed’s senior management consultants combine their years of business experience in the Middle East and Africa, an established and diverse network of international and local business partners; and best practices in logistics management to architect custom solutions for every client objective.


  • Leads the integration of existing policies and development of new policies to form a cohesive and complete set of supply chain policies
  • Strengthens detection, reporting, and elimination of non-conforming items
  • Supports Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness by strengthening logistics practices related to mission critical asset areas
  • Ensure timely and proper disposition of Excess Personal Property (EPP)
  • Ensure prudent reduction in current inventory excesses as well as a reduction in the potential for future excesses without degrading materiel support to the mission
  • Ensure improved visibility, accountability and control of all critical assets across supply chains
  • Adopt enterprise-wide metrics that promote common goals and interoperability across the supply chain
  • Ensure end-to-end integration of support within commodities across the supply chain strategy
  • Enables identification, development, and utilization of logistics human capital strategy and desired competencies to meet mission needs