Monthly Archives: January 2019

Container Shipped to Somalia

January 24, 2019, Container #MSCU 7238846, seal #0720069, Somalia.  Global Med Partners, LLC coordinated this 40’ High Cube container shipment to the Himilo International Civic Development Agency, one of its partners in Mogadishu, Somalia.  This valuable load of first-quality medical-surgical supplies will be primarily utilized by a women’s hospital in Mogadishu.

Container Shipped to Dominican Republic

January 15, 2019, 24-foot Box Truck, Dominican Republic.  This vehicle was loaded at the MRS Parkesburg PA warehouse with 6 stretchers, an infant incubator, 8 overbed tables, 15 assorted chairs and stools and some 200 boxes of medical-surgical supplies.  Diogenes Molina of New York accepted these items for further shipment to his associates in the Dominican Republic.

2018 Activity Summary

 “Give sacrificially as God your father has done”

        Mission Relief Services is always expanding our operations. In February 2016 we moved our warehouse operations a few miles west to the former Medical Ministry International (MMI) warehouse on Rte 372 in Parkesburg. This facility under the leadership of Matt Bonk is designed to produce and expedite our specialized cargoes of medical humanitarian aid to mission projects.  The results have been amazing:  in 2016, we shipped out a total of 19 40’ High Cube ocean containers, two 53’ trailers and an 18’ box truck.  In 2017 we shipped out a total of 17 containers and three 26’ box trucks.  Last year (2018) a total of 8 containers and 12 truckload shipments were dispatched from our warehouse.  These shipments went to many developing countries around the world, including:  Benin, the Dominican Republic, Ghana, Haiti, Kenya, Mali, Mexico, Pakistan, Honduras, Sierra Leone and Syria. 

        We are also grateful for all the hospitals, and our other product donors for their constant and growing participation in our outreach. The quality of materials that we ship continues to create a demand out in the field, as people and groups develop projects for their homelands.