Logistics Plus Opens New Office in Hawaii
The Pennsylvania-based logistics company Logistics Plus (LP) opened an office in Honolulu, Hawaii, to better connect Southeast Asia and the Pacific United States (US). This LP office, managed by Troy Pagaduan, will specialise in project cargo, international freight, warehousing, FF&E, and other supply chain-related projects.
This new LP branch in Hawaii is the 16th US state with a Logistics Plus office or warehouse. In total, LP now has about 1,000 employees in 33 countries worldwide. Earlier in the year, LP announced an expansion, with new offices planned in Japan, Malaysia, and Vietnam.
Troy Pagaduan, stated: “I have been in the transportation industry for the past 20 years, starting from the ground up, driving trucks, learning about sales, transportation, projects, and more. I am proud to be part of such a fabulous organisation. In the Hawaiian language, ‘Ohana’ means family and taking care of each other, and the people at Logistics Plus share that same trait.”
Yuriy Ostapyak, COO of Logistics Plus, added: “Troy and LP Hawaii will make a great addition to the Logistics Plus network. Honolulu serves as a regional hub for the movement of goods between the U.S. mainland to Australia and the Pacific. We have known Troy a long time, and his office will play a critical link by supporting our supply chain solutions in the Pacific region.”