boy-picWhen disaster strikes anywhere in the world, people and organizations rush to provide aid and assistance. Hearts around the world are touched. Hands reach out to provide crucial medical supplies, food, water, blankets, clothing and temporary shelter.

Many organizations and individuals collect needed essential supplies so those who suffer will be helped. The major difficulty in providing assistance is not in obtaining needed supplies, it is in transporting the supplies to the disaster victims.

The problem in transporting supplies is twofold: First, the cost of transportation diverts limited resources of the relief organizations from purchasing the supplies. Second, delays in delivery often occur because transport is not readily available. Delays in transport may cost untold people additional suffering and pain.

To overcome the problem, Disaster Relief Transport delivers supplies direct from the collection point to the closest relief zone. No delays; no lost shipments.