Bridging The Gap Between Hawaii And The Rest Of The World

Hawaii Transfer Company works tirelessly to meet the individual demands of the people who do business in Hawaii. Our company has seen Hawaii grow, and in many ways taken part in that growth. Learn more about our company and our mission below.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide our customers with the highest-value services.

Hawaii’s unique geography and the many rules and regulations associated with the transportation industry can make it a daunting place to do business. Our location in the center of the Pacific Ocean is ideal for linking Asia, Australia, North America, and South America. As globalization continues to pave the pathway for Hawaii’s growth, Hawaii Transfer Company is positioned at the forefront of the movement

Customer Service

Our clients are at the heart of what we do. We’ve nurtured relationships with them for over 30 years.

Meeting client demands requires continuous and substantial investment in the latest technology, equipment, facilities, personnel development, and progressive thinking. Throughout the years, we’ve innovated with our customers and grown alongside them. We look forward to serving you in the years to come, as we enter the next era of an ever-changing business environment.

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Our Company Beginnings
Established in 1931, Hawaii Transfer Co Ltd can proudly call itself the oldest (and most experienced) trucking and warehousing company in Oahu, Hawaii. Raymond Okumura started the company with a single truck. Eventually, his one truck grew into an entire fleet, and warehouses were introduced to the company in order to offer storage in addition to transportation. It is still a family-owned, closely-held corporation steeped in the tradition and values of its founder. Today, Gordon Okumura, Raymond’s son and company president, continues the tradition of providing service with Aloha.
Hawaii Transfer Company has seen the growth of Hawaii, and in many ways, contributed to it. We’ve adapted, innovated, and evolved along with the islands to keep up with today’s and tomorrow’s demands.