Emerging Markets

FUTURE OF LOGISTICS

Emerging Markets

Improving education
What began with volunteerism by two Agility executives has grown into a corporate commitment for vital education initiatives in Cambodia
Technology in action
Technology helps customers manage complex logistics challenges, improve collaboration, eliminate errors, and increase efficiency.
Connecting Africa
Africans number roughly one billion today but will be 2.4 billion by 2050, including a workforce exceeding 1.5 billion people.
Saving lives
Africa’s weak public health infrastructure and tropical climate make its battle against exotic and infectious diseases difficult and logistically complex.
Peacekeeping supplies
Agility Defense & Government Services (DGS) works with governments and NGOs to deliver equipment and supplies to hotspots around the world.
Agility distribution parks
Uganda’s capital Kampala, pictured here, is heavily reliant on Kenya’s ports and the east-west road corridor.
Aviation poised for change
Liberalization will unlock growth, especially in the landlocked countries.
Security improves bottom line
Warehouse and transportation security changes implemented by Agility reduced incidents of theft to almost zero