American Logistics Aid Network

By MMH Staff · August 28, 2017
Founded in the wake of Katrina in 2005, ALAN offers advice for businesses and individuals who want to donate to the recovery.
By MMH Staff · August 27, 2017
American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) to coordinate requests for logistics support.
By MMH Staff · September 13, 2016
Following flood damage, it is estimated to cost between $7,500,000-$8,500,000 to make the facility fully operational.
By MMH Staff · October 9, 2015
Key Amazon conference speaker offers ALAN matching gift fundraiser that achieved its goal in 18 hours.
By MMH Staff · September 29, 2015
Amazon senior vice president offers to match contributions to the American Logistics Aid Network up to $25,000.
By MMH Staff · September 19, 2014
American Logistics Aid Network mobilizes logistics partners to deliver supplies to difficult-to-reach areas.
By MMH Staff · April 29, 2014
Organization anticipates need for warehousing and transportation.
By MMH Staff · April 3, 2014
The 19th annual award is the first since it was renamed in honor of the late Jock Menzies.
By MMH Staff · March 10, 2014
Company remembers logistics industry visionary and co-founder of the American Logistics Aid Network.
By MMH Staff · November 13, 2013
American Logistics Aid Network anticipates a need for warehouse space on the U.S. West Coast near air and sea ports.
By Josh Bond · August 21, 2013
Menzies was inspired to co-found ALAN after witnessing the breakdown of relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
By MMH Staff · November 5, 2012
ALAN engages businesses to respond to on-the-ground requests for food, transportation, and logistics expertise.
By MMH Staff · October 31, 2012
Community partners with relief agencies while reflecting on lessons learned.
By Josh Bond · August 30, 2012
American Logistics Aid Network springs into action as Gulf Coast prepares for the worst.
By Josh Bond · August 29, 2012
American Logistics Aid Network springs into action as Gulf Coast prepares for the worst.
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