LAHORE - Logistics leaders Agility, TNT and UPS are providing vital warehousing, transport and logistics support in the current Pakistan emergency to ensure critical relief supplies reach the people affected by the disastrous rains and flooding. The three companies comprise the Logistics Emergency Teams (LETs) unit, a cross-company partnership to support humanitarian relief efforts during natural disasters. The LETs are working closely with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), which as well as being the frontline agency fighting hunger is also the lead of the Logistics Cluster, which coordinates the logistical response of the humanitarian community at times of disaster. The heavy rains and flooding in Pakistan have left millions stranded with no access to food and basic necessities. In the first month, WFP reached three million people with lifesaving food supplies, and in September is seeking to reach double that number, said Martin Ohlsen, WFP logistics director. The LETs are an important component in our overall response strategy and their generous contribution of logistics assets and personnel has significantly boosted the speed and effectiveness of our response, Ohlsen added.