Amid freight congestion, Matson launches fast-boat service to Oakland

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The scheduled rotation is Ningbo-Shanghai-Oakland-Long Beach-Honolulu-Ningbo, the carrier said in a marketing sheet sent to customers. . Matson Inc. is launching a new express vessel service into northern California Tuesday designed to help U.S.

FreightWaves Classics: Matson helps provision Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. territories and more

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The company is headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii and is listed on the NYSE (ticker symbol MATX). A Matson containership near Honolulu. A decade later (in 1969), Matson was bought by Honolulu-based Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. (A&B).

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FAA shuts down Hawaii cargo operator Transair

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The Federal Aviation Administration has suspended the operating authority of Honolulu-based Rhoades Aviation after one of its Transair cargo jets crash-landed in the ocean early this month.

Transair cargo jet crash lands off coast of Hawaii

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The pilots reported they were having engine trouble and were attempting to return to Honolulu before ditching the plane in the early-morning hours.

FreightWaves Classics: The importance of logistics in the Korean War

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A second route departed from Travis Air Force Base near San Francisco, passed through Honolulu and Wake Island before arriving in Tokyo; the trip was 6,718 miles and took 34 hours. A third route was from California to Honolulu and Johnston, Kwajalein, and Guam Islands to Tokyo.

Finish What You Start and Never Give Up

BlueYonder

I earned an undergraduate degree from Chaminade University of Honolulu and MBA from an international program at Long Island University. Christine Shulman, senior director, global value engineering joined JDA 11 years ago and has made successful career and life choices by heeding the advice her parents gave her: finish what you start and never give up.

You Teach People How to Treat You

BlueYonder

I have lived all over the place, from Honolulu to Barcelona to Los Angeles, and now I’m back in Chicago working with FourKites, the largest predictive supply chain visibility platform, delivering real-time visibility and predictive analytics for Fortune 1000 shippers and third-party logistics firms. Today’s Wednesdays for Women blog is an insightful conversation with Gina Hortatsos, vice president of marketing at FourKites, a JDA partner.

Air Cargo Got It Wright: 9 Incredible Air Cargo Facts

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Hillblom would fly ocean bill of ladings from San Francisco to Honolulu in advance of the ship’s landing, speeding up paperwork at the port and saving days (or even weeks) at ports. The Wright Brothers were the startup entrepreneurs of 1900. They were born tinkerers, taking skills from a printing shop to open a bike repair shop. After reading about aeronautics in the late 1890s, the two began experimenting with biplane kites and gliders.

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Finish What You Start and Never Give Up

BlueYonder

I earned an undergraduate degree from Chaminade University of Honolulu and MBA from an international program at Long Island University. Christine Shulman, senior director, global value engineering joined JDA 11 years ago and has made successful career and life choices by heeding the advice her parents gave her: finish what you start and never give up.

You Teach People How to Treat You

BlueYonder

I have lived all over the place, from Honolulu to Barcelona to Los Angeles, and now I’m back in Chicago working with FourKites, the largest predictive supply chain visibility platform, delivering real-time visibility and predictive analytics for Fortune 1000 shippers and third-party logistics firms. Today’s Wednesdays for Women blog is an insightful conversation with Gina Hortatsos, vice president of marketing at FourKites, a JDA partner.