Though founded just four years ago, the non-profit
American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) has already established an impressive track record in
humanitarian relief. The group, formed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, serves as a kind of
logistics clearinghouse for disaster response efforts, matching aid organizations in need of
logistics expertise or services with companies willing to provide that support. Some examples of
ALAN's accomplishments include the following:
Disaster can strike at any time, and help is always needed. If you or your company can donate supply chain expertise, products, equipment, or transportation/warehousing services, contact ALAN.