LAHORE - DHL, the worlds leading express and logistics company, Saturday announced that it has deployed a team of logistics experts from its Disaster Response Team (DRT) to manage a temporary warehouse at Islamabad International Airport. The DRT will provide its services pro bono in close cooperation with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA). Incoming supplies from the United Nations World Food Programme as well as contributions from governments worldwide arriving through Islamabad International Airport will be handled by DHLs DRT via three to five relief flights per day. Chris Weeks, Director, Humanitarian Affairs, Deutsche Post DHL said: Millions of people are affected by the water and temporary shelter is the greatest need, particularly food, tents and tarpaulins. We have set up the necessary logistics at the airport to facilitate the further transport of incoming goods over the next couple of weeks. Besides deploying Disaster Response Team (DRT), DHL offices in Pakistan also launched relief efforts on 2 August, comprising the management of a donation drive from DHL staff worldwide and the setup of medical camps at several villages around the Muzzaffar Garh district.