Washington, DC (PRWEB) December 11, 2008
Violent kidnappings, brutal attacks and millions of dollars in detention fees have plagued the current NATO supply route into Afghanistan, and it's costing the U.S. a fortune. Virginia based Mondo International, Inc. a worldwide organization specializing in providing logistics and distribution into war zones announce what it will take to make a new northern trail through Europe and Uzbekistan possible.
To be successful, TRANSCOM, the command charged with providing air, land and sea transportation for the US Department of Defense must find the right team of companies to carry this out. Based on extensive experience, Mondo believes the team TRANSCOM selects must provide the following:
Genuine, in-country relationships with authentic cultural knowledge and trust. Without solid, in-country partnerships in Afghanistan, where deals are made by a handshake, technology means nothing. "An American/Afghan company ensures smooth navigation through local administration and procedural issues, while ensuring complete U.S. control" Says Tommy Hakimi, CEO of Mondo International, Inc.
The team must save the US and taxpayers money. Millions of dollars in costly fees associated with container management and detention could be stunted by new, innovative processes never before possible by TRANSCOM. This process is made possible by new central staging grounds in key locations with established relationships.
The team must make the US money. Retrograding of Uzbek Pomegranate for the U.S. means new sources of revenue. A team with land and facilities along the new route can turn a quick profit for the U.S.
A definitive sphere of influence for the US must be established by this assembled team. In the hot zone, negotiating land and facility costs triple when working with "Americans." Reliable, in-country brokers allow for a fair price and savings with their vast, genuine influence. An American/Afghani company can facilitate this benefit.
To avoid bloodshed, cost and failure with the new supply route into Afghanistan, these are just a few of the benefits the US and TRANSCOM must seek in their strategic partners. Finding the right team will determine the success of the new route.
About Mondo International:
Mondo international, Inc is a worldwide organization that provides logistics, distribution, warehousing and other services across the globe, specifically in war zones. Mondo has field offices and facilities throughout Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, China, Pakistan, Dubai and the UK. Mondo is also the largest distributor of food, dairy and petroleum products around the world.