Leidos recently transported supplies across 3 continents to help set up a field hospital in South Sudan.


Team Leidos worked with the MoD to transport the field hospital from MoD Donnington and MoD Bicester to Kenya, through Uganda and then onto Juba in South Sudan for handover to the UN, for armed convoy onwards to Bentiu. This was a logistical challenge involving 228 containers, 50 engineering vehicles and 25 climate-controlled medical containers travelling almost 1,000 miles from the port in Kenya, on often unpaved roads, with Team Leidos scheduling routes around the worst of the rainy season.


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