Truck driving in Hawaii: Not quite the paradise it seems

The Supply Chain Journal

H-201 4 miles Auxiliary interstate to H-1, spanning a busy portion of the route between Aiea and Honolulu. Over 95% of all goods being transported in Hawaii are manufactured and coming from somewhere else,” McEwen said. That’s not the case in Honolulu.

FreightWaves Classics: The importance of logistics in the Korean War

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Whatever could be used from stocks in Japan or procured from Japanese manufacturers was obtained there. contracted Japanese manufacturers to produce thousands of vehicles for the ROK (mostly cargo and dump trucks); first deliveries were made in September.